Jerusalem periphery, along Road 1 leading from Jerusalem to Jericho
Khan al Ahmar Mihtawish
- official refugee status
- non-official refugee status
- state owned land
- tin shack
- EU shack
- private vehicle
- 4X4 vehicle
- Primary school
- Middle school
- High school
To high school they need to walk to the main street and get public transportation which is not easy.
Parts of the southern lands were expropriated in 1975, and included in the Ma’ale Adumim Outline plan. Historical analysis reveals continuous settlement here since the 70's, which became more intensive beginning in the 90's.
- temporary employment in settlement
- taking care of the herd
- taking care of the kids
A few men work in settlements. Work permits are depending on the political situation. In recent years much fewer permits are given by Israel.
Threats and obstacles
- nature reserve
- close to settlement
- within settlement municipal boundary
The area is also included partially within plans for two roads.
Grazing areas and water access are severely restricted. Access to marketing areas in Jerusalem, Wadi Qilt, Ein Farah, and Ein Fawwar has been blocked, since it was declared a natural reserve, making it impossible for the community to sell their products there.