Israeli Supreme Court Delays Palestinian Village Destruction Plan

The Israeli Supreme Court has reportedly decided to freeze the Israeli government's plan to destroy the Khan al-Ahmar village in the West Bank region. Photo / Specialties – Israeli Supreme Court reportedly has postponed the government’s plans to destroy the village of Khan al-Ahmar.

Quoted from Anadolu, Friday (6/7/2018), The delay is reported to be valid until July 11 next.

As reported earlier, the Israeli government plans to destroy the village of Khan al-Ahmar in the West Bank region of Palestine.

The village is planned to be built a new settlement of Israelis.

Under the 1995 Oslo agreement between Israel and Palestine, the West Bank is divided into zones A, B, and C.

Regional administrative and security authority A was granted to Palestine, while local administration B was granted to Palestine, but its security to Israel. While in area C, both the government and the security authorities are in the hands of Israel. The village of Khan al-Ahmar itself is located in area C.

Many people condemn this Israeli act for destroying a village in Palestine.

Even a member of the Palestinian liberation committee, Hanan Ashrawi urged the world to act.