The site is located on upper northern edge of a hill approximately 10km south-west of Nai'eme. Upon the hilltop is the modern hamlet of Dohaleh. The eastern and western edges of the site have been impacted upon by modern agricultural cultivation. The BAP team were given verbal permission on 24 November by Dr. Saleh Sari, excavator of the site, to sample Dohaleh. The site was surveyed by BAP between 4th and 11th December 2008. On 10th and 11th of December, only part of the team worked at Dohaleh, to finish sounding 3, while most of the people were at Sittat.
The site consists of a western area of visible wall lines and rock-cut structures (houses and production areas), and an eastern area of rock-cut tombs. Within the western area are the remains of excavations conducted by Yamouk University under Dr. Saleh Sari. These excavations consisted of a main area with extensive trenches and visible wall lines and two smaller excavations to the south-west and south-east with no visible wall lines. Surface pottery in the area and the published results of the previous excavation suggest an occupation of the site in the Roman/Byzantine period, although there is clearly a substantial Islamic occupation on the site.