It was located 4 kilometres north east of Baysan in the Baysan valley. The village was completely destroyed on May 16, 1948. According to a Palestinian historian, Walid Khalidi, "All of the village houses have been demolished. The remains of basalt stone walls and the square and circular foundations of buildings can be seen among the weeds." Today the ruins of walls, pillars, the foundations of buildings, and Roman milestones are visible in the area.