The occupation government is developing a new plan to evacuate Khan al-Ahmar and displace its residents

The occupation government is developing a new plan to evacuate Khan al-Ahmar and displace its residents  Al-Khan Al-Ahmar village, east of occupied Jerusalem - Wafa Archive Ramallah 01/25-2022 Wafa - A press report revealed, this evening, Tuesday, that the Israeli occupation government has drawn up a new plan aimed at evacuating the village of Khan al-Ahmar, east of occupied Jerusalem, and forcibly displacing its residents during the coming period.  The plan, which was revealed by the Israeli Channel 12, calls for the evacuation of Khan al-Ahmar and the rebuilding of the village later in a neighboring place, about 300 meters from the original site of the village, and the transfer of the residents to it.  The press report indicated that the new plan was discussed in the corridors of the Israeli occupation army and the so-called National Security Council affiliated with the office of Prime Minister Naftali Bennett, explaining that the government ministers will vote in a subsequent session to be held by the mini-ministerial council for political and security affairs (the cabinet), on the new plan to evacuate Khan al-Ahmar and the displacement of its inhabitants.  The new plan comes ahead of the session of the so-called "Israeli Supreme Court", scheduled for the sixth of next March, to consider the request of the Israeli government, to postpone the eviction and displacement of the residents of the village of Khan al-Ahmar.  The occupation authorities claim that the village of Khan al-Ahmar is built on what is called "state land", and that it was built without a permit.  On September 29, the so-called "Israeli Supreme Court" agreed to postpone the deportation and eviction of the residents of the village of Khan al-Ahmar for an additional six months, in light of continued pressure from the international community and the International Criminal Court's assertion that the deportation amounted to a "war crime."  The village of Khan al-Ahmar is surrounded by a number of settlements, and is located within the lands targeted by the Israeli occupation to implement its "E1" settlement project.  About 200 Palestinians live in the village, 53% of whom are children, and 95% are refugees registered with the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees (UNRWA), and it includes a school serving 170 students, from several places in the area.  In May 2018, the occupation authorities decided to demolish the village and displace its residents, but it failed because of their legendary steadfastness, and also because of a decision issued by the International Criminal, which warned the Israeli government against displacing or demolishing the village and its surrounding communities in the area called (E1). It considered this a "war crime", in addition to the diplomatic effort and the great international position in support of the Palestinians' survival in their lands, as well as the decisive position of the people themselves refusing to deal with any solutions, without staying, and recognizing the village.  It is noteworthy that the implementation of the process of displacing and demolishing the residents of the village of Khan al-Ahmar would pave the way for the establishment of settlement projects isolating occupied Jerusalem from its surroundings, and dividing the West Bank into two parts.

The occupation government is developing a new plan to evacuate Khan al-Ahmar and displace its residents


Al-Khan Al-Ahmar village, east of occupied Jerusalem - Wafa Archive
Ramallah 01/25-2022 Wafa - A press report revealed, this evening, Tuesday, that the Israeli occupation government has drawn up a new plan aimed at evacuating the village of Khan al-Ahmar, east of occupied Jerusalem, and forcibly displacing its residents during the coming period.

The plan, which was revealed by the Israeli Channel 12, calls for the evacuation of Khan al-Ahmar and the rebuilding of the village later in a neighboring place, about 300 meters from the original site of the village, and the transfer of the residents to it.

The press report indicated that the new plan was discussed in the corridors of the Israeli occupation army and the so-called National Security Council affiliated with the office of Prime Minister Naftali Bennett, explaining that the government ministers will vote in a subsequent session to be held by the mini-ministerial council for political and security affairs (the cabinet), on the new plan to evacuate Khan al-Ahmar and the displacement of its inhabitants.

The new plan comes ahead of the session of the so-called "Israeli Supreme Court", scheduled for the sixth of next March, to consider the request of the Israeli government, to postpone the eviction and displacement of the residents of the village of Khan al-Ahmar.

The occupation authorities claim that the village of Khan al-Ahmar is built on what is called "state land", and that it was built without a permit.

On September 29, the so-called "Israeli Supreme Court" agreed to postpone the deportation and eviction of the residents of the village of Khan al-Ahmar for an additional six months, in light of continued pressure from the international community and the International Criminal Court's assertion that the deportation amounted to a "war crime."

The village of Khan al-Ahmar is surrounded by a number of settlements, and is located within the lands targeted by the Israeli occupation to implement its "E1" settlement project.

About 200 Palestinians live in the village, 53% of whom are children, and 95% are refugees registered with the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees (UNRWA), and it includes a school serving 170 students, from several places in the area.

In May 2018, the occupation authorities decided to demolish the village and displace its residents, but it failed because of their legendary steadfastness, and also because of a decision issued by the International Criminal, which warned the Israeli government against displacing or demolishing the village and its surrounding communities in the area called (E1). It considered this a "war crime", in addition to the diplomatic effort and the great international position in support of the Palestinians' survival in their lands, as well as the decisive position of the people themselves refusing to deal with any solutions, without staying, and recognizing the village.

It is noteworthy that the implementation of the process of displacing and demolishing the residents of the village of Khan al-Ahmar would pave the way for the establishment of settlement projects isolating occupied Jerusalem from its surroundings, and dividing the West Bank into two parts.

Saudi Arabia The authorities arrest a person who claimed to be a prophet and explain the reason  The security authorities in Saudi Arabia arrested a person who claimed to be a prophet, after activists circulated on social media a video clip proving the case.  Activists circulated on social media a video clip that sparked widespread controversy, in which a person claims to be a prophet. The Riyadh region police in Saudi Arabia quickly confirmed the arrest of this person and referred him to the Public Prosecution to take the necessary legal measures, according to the official "Public Security" account on Twitter.  The media spokesman for the "Riyadh Police" said in a statement, "The security authorities arrested a citizen who appeared in a video clip claiming to be prophethood, and it included obscene and immoral words, in addition to ramming vehicles on a public road and threatening passersby with a white weapon."  The security spokesman added: "It was found from the inference procedures that he was in an abnormal condition, and he was stopped, and legal measures were taken against him, and he was referred to the Public Prosecution."

Saudi Arabia The authorities arrest a person who claimed to be a prophet and explain the reason


The security authorities in Saudi Arabia arrested a person who claimed to be a prophet, after activists circulated on social media a video clip proving the case.

Activists circulated on social media a video clip that sparked widespread controversy, in which a person claims to be a prophet.
The Riyadh region police in Saudi Arabia quickly confirmed the arrest of this person and referred him to the Public Prosecution to take the necessary legal measures, according to the official "Public Security" account on Twitter.

The media spokesman for the "Riyadh Police" said in a statement, "The security authorities arrested a citizen who appeared in a video clip claiming to be prophethood, and it included obscene and immoral words, in addition to ramming vehicles on a public road and threatening passersby with a white weapon."

The security spokesman added: "It was found from the inference procedures that he was in an abnormal condition, and he was stopped, and legal measures were taken against him, and he was referred to the Public Prosecution."

The occupation government is developing a new plan to evacuate Khan al-Ahmar and displace its residents  Al-Khan Al-Ahmar village, east of occupied Jerusalem - Wafa Archive Ramallah 01/25-2022 Wafa - A press report revealed, this evening, Tuesday, that the Israeli occupation government has drawn up a new plan aimed at evacuating the village of Khan al-Ahmar, east of occupied Jerusalem, and forcibly displacing its residents during the coming period.  The plan, which was revealed by the Israeli Channel 12, calls for the evacuation of Khan al-Ahmar and the rebuilding of the village later in a neighboring place, about 300 meters from the original site of the village, and the transfer of the residents to it.  The press report indicated that the new plan was discussed in the corridors of the Israeli occupation army and the so-called National Security Council affiliated with the office of Prime Minister Naftali Bennett, explaining that the government ministers will vote in a subsequent session to be held by the mini-ministerial council for political and security affairs (the cabinet), on the new plan to evacuate Khan al-Ahmar and the displacement of its inhabitants.  The new plan comes ahead of the session of the so-called "Israeli Supreme Court", scheduled for the sixth of next March, to consider the request of the Israeli government, to postpone the eviction and displacement of the residents of the village of Khan al-Ahmar.  The occupation authorities claim that the village of Khan al-Ahmar is built on what is called "state land", and that it was built without a permit.  On September 29, the so-called "Israeli Supreme Court" agreed to postpone the deportation and eviction of the residents of the village of Khan al-Ahmar for an additional six months, in light of continued pressure from the international community and the International Criminal Court's assertion that the deportation amounted to a "war crime."  The village of Khan al-Ahmar is surrounded by a number of settlements, and is located within the lands targeted by the Israeli occupation to implement its "E1" settlement project.  About 200 Palestinians live in the village, 53% of whom are children, and 95% are refugees registered with the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees (UNRWA), and it includes a school serving 170 students, from several places in the area.  In May 2018, the occupation authorities decided to demolish the village and displace its residents, but it failed because of their legendary steadfastness, and also because of a decision issued by the International Criminal, which warned the Israeli government against displacing or demolishing the village and its surrounding communities in the area called (E1). It considered this a "war crime", in addition to the diplomatic effort and the great international position in support of the Palestinians' survival in their lands, as well as the decisive position of the people themselves refusing to deal with any solutions, without staying, and recognizing the village.  It is noteworthy that the implementation of the process of displacing and demolishing the residents of the village of Khan al-Ahmar would pave the way for the establishment of settlement projects isolating occupied Jerusalem from its surroundings, and dividing the West Bank into two parts.

After the bombing of Abu Dhabi, the Houthis hinted at targeting the "Dubai Expo" and the coalition launched dozens of raids in Yemen


Today, Tuesday, the Ansar Allah Houthi group hinted at the possibility of targeting the "Expo 2020 Dubai" exhibition hosted by the Emirate of Dubai, a day after the group bombed sensitive sites in the UAE and other sites in Saudi Arabia.

Houthi military spokesman Yahya Saree posted a brief tweet on Twitter, in which he said, "Expo with us, you may lose. We recommend changing the destination," without giving further details.

Yesterday, Monday, the Houthi group launched a new attack on the UAE for the second time in a few days, and the Yemeni group targeted the UAE capital Abu Dhabi with ballistic missiles; It announced the targeting of Al Dhafra Air Base in Abu Dhabi and other sites.

Alliance response
Today, the Saudi Cabinet condemned what it described as the terrorist Houthi attacks on Saudi Arabia, the UAE, and shipping lanes. For its part, the Saudi-Emirati coalition said that it had carried out 53 targeting operations against the Houthis in the Yemeni governorates of Marib and Al-Bayda.

In a statement, the coalition stated that the targeting resulted in the killing of more than 240 Houthi militants and the destruction of 34 military vehicles.

The coalition had announced earlier the start of an operation against what it described as legitimate targets in Sanaa, in light of the recent Houthi attacks on the UAE and Saudi Arabia. The coalition said the operation came in response to the threat and the military necessity to protect civilians from hostile attacks.

Meanwhile, local Yemeni sources said that the coalition launched 4 raids on Arhab and Sanhan districts, north and south of Sanaa.
For its part, Houthi media said that the coalition launched about 40 air strikes on the governorates of Shabwa, Marib, Taiz and Al-Jawf during the past hours, without providing details of the losses and damages that resulted from those raids.

Advance in Marib
In a related context, forces loyal to the Yemeni government announced today, Tuesday, the restoration of control of the Harib district in the oil-rich Ma'rib governorate from the Houthis, who are waging a fierce campaign to control the center of the strategic region, the last stronghold of power in the north.

The forces of the "Giant Brigades" backed by the UAE, a member of the Saudi-led military coalition, said in a statement - "Thank God, on Monday, January 24, the center of the Harib district overlapping with the district of Ain" was liberated in the neighboring Shabwa governorate.

She added that regaining control of the district allows "securing the Ain district in particular and Shabwa governorate in general," thanking the coalition "for supporting our operations in Shabwa, which were crowned with complete success."

American contacts
After targeting sites in the UAE capital with missiles yesterday, the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Mark Milley had a telephone conversation with the Chief of Staff of the UAE Armed Forces, Lieutenant-General Hamad Al Rumaithi.

A statement by the US Department of Defense stated that Milley and Al-Rumaithi discussed the Houthi attacks on the UAE and the security conditions in the Middle East.

This comes after a statement by the US Central Command said on Monday that US forces at Al Dhafra Air Base near Abu Dhabi intercepted two missiles using Patriot missiles.

The statement added that the interception process, which took place in conjunction with the efforts of the UAE forces, took place in the early hours of Monday morning.

The US command also indicated that it raised the state of alert at the base during the attack, and that its forces took shelter in shelters.

The statement stressed that the US forces in Al Dhafra are vigilant and ready to respond in the event of any further attacks. It also revealed the presence of about two thousand American soldiers and employees at the Al Dhafra base.

International condemnation
In another context, the United Nations envoy to Yemen, Hans Grundberg, and the United Nations humanitarian coordinator in Yemen, David Grisley, condemned the air strikes launched by the coalition on a prison in Saada, northern Yemen, a few days ago, which killed at least 91 detainees and wounded 226.

The two UN officials said in a joint statement that this attack was "the worst incident in terms of civilian casualties in Yemen in 3 years."
They added that the latest escalation is exacerbating an already acute humanitarian crisis, complicating relief efforts, threatening regional security, and undermining efforts to end the conflict.

The statement called on the parties to abide by international humanitarian law, and said that the United Nations is in contact with all parties to achieve de-escalation and start a comprehensive dialogue to reach a political solution.

He urged all parties to interact with these efforts immediately and without preconditions. He also called on the parties to give priority to the needs and interests of the Yemeni people.

The two officials expressed concern about the escalating cycle of violence in Yemen, which continued to harm civilians and extended beyond the country's borders.

The joint statement indicated that " the month of January will certainly break records with regard to the number of civilian casualties in Yemen," as he put it.



What is the truth about the escape of the Syrian Archbishop Elia Tohme and his embezzlement of large sums of money? With the spread of news of the accusations against Archbishop Elia Tohme and his travels, a few days ago, the Orthodox Archdiocese of Akkar and its dependencies suspended all the agencies entrusted to him, until the issuance of a circular and further notice, without disclosing the reasons for the arrest, according to a circular published on social media.  Northern Syria - The case of the Syrian Archbishop Elia Tohme is still the talk of the street and social media in Syria, after he was accused of escaping to Greece and embezzling large sums of money from the Diocese of Wadi al-Nasara in the Homs countryside (in the center of the country), estimated at billions of Syrian pounds, including foreign aid funds sent to support Region.  And last Wednesday, Tohme left for Greece - of which he holds - without warning, leaving behind big question marks that opened the door to many accounts of his sudden travel and accusation of theft of huge sums.  Disagreements and achievement According to pro-regime media, the case of Archbishop Tohme had repercussions prior to his exodus from Syria, as the “Snack Syrian” website reported what it called “church sources” saying that “the Archbishop had a personal dispute with a nun in the Archdiocese named Maryam Wassouf, before the dispute developed.” between them to the point of accusing them of moral transgressions and others related to integrity."  As the accusations escalated to a large extent, the sources indicated that Archbishop Tohme submitted an official complaint against the nun Maryam Wassouf, who fled to Greece, leaving behind documents that were said to condemn the Archbishop.  Against this background, a tripartite investigation committee was formed into the accusations against Archbishop Tohme on September 20, 2021, by a decision of the "Patriarch of Antioch and all the East" John X.  Cancel his power of attorney Sources familiar with the case told Al Jazeera Net that the committee did not provide any clarifications or results to the public, and the details of the dispute and accusations remained secret until the day of the bishop's travel, last Wednesday, when the leaks began to the local media.  As news of the accusations against Tohme and his travel spread, a few days ago, the Orthodox Archdiocese of Akkar and its dependencies suspended all the agencies entrusted to him, until the issuance of a circular and further notice, without disclosing the reasons for the arrest, according to a circular published on social media, issued on January 21 current second.  Despite the Metropolitan's sudden travel and the emergence of the issue to the public, the Orthodox Patriarchate did not comment on any of the circulating news of denial or confirmation.  However, the "Antiochian Orthodox Center" for media said - in a statement - that "the concerned ecclesiastical authorities are following up everything related to this issue in accordance with the established procedures," hoping for confidence that "the ecclesiastical authorities are dealing with the issue with all honesty and responsibility."  "Spiritual Retreat" Syrian journalist Muhammad Amin Mira considered that the case of Archbishop Tohme is tainted by some ambiguity, saying that "the statement issued by the Greek Orthodox Patriarchate of Antioch and All the East did not provide any clear information, and what was mentioned that Archbishop Elia is on leave for a spiritual retreat does not confirm or deny what has been done." circulating accusations.  Mira said - in an interview with Al-Jazeera Net - that the bishop's sudden travel to Greece places him in the accusation box, especially since it is not known exactly the extent of his transgressions, "but at the same time these accusations cannot be confirmed, and what was transmitted from an old statement about a dispute between him and a nun may It is the basis of the case," he said.  According to Mira, "the ecclesiastical authorities supporting the Metropolitan are required to comment and clarify cases of thefts at the very least, because they receive statements and financial reports that show where the money, which is said to be in the billions, is being spent."  Archbishop Tohme holds a civil engineering degree from Tishreen University. He also studied theology at the St. John of Damascus Institute, then obtained a master’s degree in Islamic studies from the Pontifical Institute in Rome, and a diploma in religious studies from the Jesuit University.  He obtained a doctorate in religious and Islamic studies from the University of Thessaloniki in Greece, and Tohme worked in the Diocese of Aleppo for two years, and the Metropolitan of Acre appointed him as his agent in the Diocese of the Fort in 2008.  The area of ​​Wadi al-Nasara - in which Tohme was the bishop of the Archdiocese - is located in the countryside of Homs (central Syria) and includes villages and towns with a Christian majority, and contains many churches and monasteries, the most prominent of which is the St.

What is the truth about the escape of the Syrian Archbishop Elia Tohme and his embezzlement of large sums of money?


With the spread of news of the accusations against Archbishop Elia Tohme and his travels, a few days ago, the Orthodox Archdiocese of Akkar and its dependencies suspended all the agencies entrusted to him, until the issuance of a circular and further notice, without disclosing the reasons for the arrest, according to a circular published on social media.

Northern Syria - The case of the Syrian Archbishop Elia Tohme is still the talk of the street and social media in Syria, after he was accused of escaping to Greece and embezzling large sums of money from the Diocese of Wadi al-Nasara in the Homs countryside (in the center of the country), estimated at billions of Syrian pounds, including foreign aid funds sent to support Region.

And last Wednesday, Tohme left for Greece - of which he holds - without warning, leaving behind big question marks that opened the door to many accounts of his sudden travel and accusation of theft of huge sums.

Disagreements and achievement
According to pro-regime media, the case of Archbishop Tohme had repercussions prior to his exodus from Syria, as the “Snack Syrian” website reported what it called “church sources” saying that “the Archbishop had a personal dispute with a nun in the Archdiocese named Maryam Wassouf, before the dispute developed.” between them to the point of accusing them of moral transgressions and others related to integrity."

As the accusations escalated to a large extent, the sources indicated that Archbishop Tohme submitted an official complaint against the nun Maryam Wassouf, who fled to Greece, leaving behind documents that were said to condemn the Archbishop.

Against this background, a tripartite investigation committee was formed into the accusations against Archbishop Tohme on September 20, 2021, by a decision of the "Patriarch of Antioch and all the East" John X.

Cancel his power of attorney
Sources familiar with the case told Al Jazeera Net that the committee did not provide any clarifications or results to the public, and the details of the dispute and accusations remained secret until the day of the bishop's travel, last Wednesday, when the leaks began to the local media.

As news of the accusations against Tohme and his travel spread, a few days ago, the Orthodox Archdiocese of Akkar and its dependencies suspended all the agencies entrusted to him, until the issuance of a circular and further notice, without disclosing the reasons for the arrest, according to a circular published on social media, issued on January 21 current second.

Despite the Metropolitan's sudden travel and the emergence of the issue to the public, the Orthodox Patriarchate did not comment on any of the circulating news of denial or confirmation.

However, the "Antiochian Orthodox Center" for media said - in a statement - that "the concerned ecclesiastical authorities are following up everything related to this issue in accordance with the established procedures," hoping for confidence that "the ecclesiastical authorities are dealing with the issue with all honesty and responsibility."

"Spiritual Retreat"
Syrian journalist Muhammad Amin Mira considered that the case of Archbishop Tohme is tainted by some ambiguity, saying that "the statement issued by the Greek Orthodox Patriarchate of Antioch and All the East did not provide any clear information, and what was mentioned that Archbishop Elia is on leave for a spiritual retreat does not confirm or deny what has been done." circulating accusations.

Mira said - in an interview with Al-Jazeera Net - that the bishop's sudden travel to Greece places him in the accusation box, especially since it is not known exactly the extent of his transgressions, "but at the same time these accusations cannot be confirmed, and what was transmitted from an old statement about a dispute between him and a nun may It is the basis of the case," he said.

According to Mira, "the ecclesiastical authorities supporting the Metropolitan are required to comment and clarify cases of thefts at the very least, because they receive statements and financial reports that show where the money, which is said to be in the billions, is being spent."

Archbishop Tohme holds a civil engineering degree from Tishreen University. He also studied theology at the St. John of Damascus Institute, then obtained a master’s degree in Islamic studies from the Pontifical Institute in Rome, and a diploma in religious studies from the Jesuit University.

He obtained a doctorate in religious and Islamic studies from the University of Thessaloniki in Greece, and Tohme worked in the Diocese of Aleppo for two years, and the Metropolitan of Acre appointed him as his agent in the Diocese of the Fort in 2008.

The area of ​​Wadi al-Nasara - in which Tohme was the bishop of the Archdiocese - is located in the countryside of Homs (central Syria) and includes villages and towns with a Christian majority, and contains many churches and monasteries, the most prominent of which is the St.
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