Now agriculture minister, then settler activist, Uri Ariel was already planning in the 1970s the eviction of Bedouin living east of Jerusalem that is taking place now in Khan al-Ahmar
- 6 June, 2018 Israeli plan against ‘illegal and hostile Bedouin construction’ falsifies data Housing minister declares the Negev desert is under attack from 'agricultural terrorism' and calls to strengthen the Jewish hold on the region
- 11 July, 2018 Israel announces demolition of Bedouin village ‘within days’ despite temporary injunction Residents of Khan al-Ahmar submitted second petition against their eviction, stating that they are on privately-owned land despite contrary claims ■ State asked High Court to allow demolition of the village's school
- 24 April, 2018 Breaking political taboo, Jewish settlers side with Bedouin in their fight against demolition Founders of Kfar Adumim declared decades ago that the nearby Khan al-Ahmar Bedouin encampment must be demolished, but now 15 settlers are seeking to join the legal struggle on behalf of their impoverished neighbors
- 7 July, 2018 Everything you need to know about the West Bank Bedouin village at the eye of a diplomatic storm Who lives in Khan al-Ahmar, why is the West Bank village slated for demolition considered 'illegal' and what does the High Court say about it?
- 29 June, 2018 Like the kibbutzim, Bedouin in Israel’s north seek to preserve their way of life Villagers also want to decide who gets to live among them so they can maintain their tribal laws and rustic lifestyle – 'we don’t want crime families to come here,' as one activist puts it