The remaining inhabitants of the village of Kafr Inan were expelled in February, 1949. Some of them found refuge in Lebanon, others in Arab villages within the "state of Israel", and the rest “crossed” the border to Jinin and the Triangle, which was then under Jordanian control. After a few months, Israeli authorities demolished the homes of the Palestinians it had expelled from Kafr Inan, and the village disappeared. The state later established the moshav Kfar Hannanya on its lands.
Tour of the destroyed Palestinian village Kafr Inan03/10/2009
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