Khan al-Ahmar
Daily Round-up | Palestinians protest Israeli displacement in Khan al-Ahmar & other stories

In today’s episode, we bring you stories of protests against displacement in Palestine, discussions of a common currency in Latin America, a UN report on the state of Afghanistan, and more sanctions on Iran

Palestinians in Khan al-Ahmar Palestinians protest Israeli attempt to forcefully displace hundreds from Khan al-Ahmar village

The demolition has been greenlit by Israel’s Supreme Court, despite being termed a war crime by ICC prosecutors in the past

Great Return March_Palestine The year of the Gazan

2018 saw defiant Palestinians on the streets demonstrating that Israel’s occupation would come at a cost

Palestinian Resistance against Israeli demolition As Palestinian resistance mounts, Israeli demolition of Khan Al Ahmar postponed indefinitely

Khan Al Ahmar is home to about 180 residents belonging to the Jahalin Bedouin tribe, who were expelled from their homes and lands in the Negev Desert in the West Bank in the 1950s.

Israeli police officers tackle activists Israeli bulldozers move in to Khan Al-Ahmar, ICC calls it as ‘war crime’

The demolition of the village, located in the eastern desert hillside of Jerusalem, has been planned to connect the illegal Jewish settlements of Kfar Adumim and Maale Adumim with East Jerusalem