The parliament also called "on the Israeli Government to put an immediate end to its policy of threats of demolition and actual eviction against the Bedouin communities living in the Negev and in Area C in the occupied West Bank; stresses that the demolition of houses, schools and other vital infrastructure in the occupied Palestinian territory is illegal under global humanitarian law".
The community includes the only school for the Bedouin community in the area, a mosque and a healthcare center as well as several homes that are all at risk of demolition by Israel without being offered a settlement place. It has offered to resettle the residents 12 kilometers (7 miles) away under what it says are improved conditions - with connections to water, electricity and sewage treatment they now don't have.
Critics say its removal is meant to make room for an Israeli settlement.
There have been repeated warnings that persistent Israeli settlement expansion in the area could effectively cut the West Bank in two, further damaging the prospects for a viable Palestinian state.
"The demolition of Khan al-Ahmar and the forcible transfer of its residents would constitute a grave breach of worldwide humanitarian law", the resolution stated.More news: 240,000 GM vehicles recalled to fix rear brake problem
About 200 soldiers converged on the encampment near Khan Al Ahmar before dawn, dismantled the shacks and carried them away in lorries, protest leader Abdullah Abu Rahmeh told Associated Press.
Palestinian activists have protested against the planned demolition of Khan al-Ahmar village.
Mladenov said the planned demolition of the village would "undermine the prospect for two-state solution and is against worldwide law".
KHAN AL-AHMAR, Palestinian Territories - Israeli border police removed caravans on Thursday from near a Bedouin village in the occupied West Bank, which they have orders to demolish despite global criticism, officials said.
The Supreme Court rejected an appeal last week to halt the demolition. The villagers had hoped to move to Wadi Al-Ahmar if the demolition proceeds.More news: European Parliament votes to trigger Article 7 against Hungary - USA
The judges also rejected the petitioners' request to delay Khan al-Ahmar's demolition until an alternative site is found for its residents.
In the beginning of that month, the state had begun its preparations to raze the hamlet, where none of the structures have been granted permits.
It is also located in an area known as E1, a strategic area earmarked for Israeli development which forms a buffer east of Jerusalem that Palestinians say would divide the West Bank and badly hurt the possibility of a contiguous Palestinian state.
On September 5, the Israeli High Court denied a petition filed on behalf of the residents of Khan al-Ahmar requesting that Israeli authorities cease their plans to demolish the village and forcibly evict the residents, saying that the injunction preventing the demolition would lapse within seven days.More news: Apple halts the production of iPhone X, iPhone 6s and iPhone SE