Palestinian and Israeli activists who have been camping out in the village, which Israel says it will demolish, say they will resist nonviolently.
The residents of Khan al-Ahmar are preparing for the imminent demolition of their village, which activists and residents fear could take place as early as Monday morning.
Saturday night saw a record number of people staying the night at Khan al-Ahmar’s protest tent, with around 300 Palestinians and 30 Israeli and international activists sleeping in the schoolyard tent encampment.
The activists woke at 6:30 a.m. Sunday to find over 15 police vehicles parked at the entrance to the village. Like a similar last week, activists and residents speculated that the police officers were there to gauge their response.Read More