The District of Jerusalem
A few houses are used either as dwellings by the settlement of Beyt Neqofa or as stables. Stones recovered from the ruins of the village houses have been used as steps for entrances to the new Jewish homes. Almond and olive trees and cacti cover the village site. In what was probably a unique case among all the villages occupied and depopulated, a new Arab village with the same name was established south of the original site in 1962, and some refugees from the old village were allowed to live there.