Israeli occupation bulldozers resumed work on Tuesday, at Khan al-Ahmar village, to the east of Jerusalem, leveling land around and inside the village, apparently in preparation for its removal.


Activists on a 24-hour vigil, at the Palestinian village, to ward off Israeli attempts to destroy it and displace its residents, said that the bulldozers arrived early at the site and resumed leveling the land and opening roads to facilitate entry of army units, when the time comes to destroy the village, which could happen at any time, now, after the Israeli High Court gave the army the green light to destroy it.


The bulldozers carried out some work in the village on Monday, during which activists and residents confronted the Israeli soldiers providing protection to the bulldozers.

Several Palestinians were injured and few others detained, according to Al Ray Palestinian Media Agency.