Israeli soldiers demolished, Tuesday, one home in Jerusalem, a car repair shop in Husan village, near Bethlehem, and a water pool in Beit Einoon village, near the southern West Bank city of Hebron.The army invaded Beit Einoon, east of Hebron, in the southern part of the West Bank, and demolished a pool that belongs to resident Saāid Zalloum.
Soldiers claimed that the pool was constructed without a permit.
Also on Tuesday, the army invaded Husan village, west of Bethlehem, and demolished a car repair shop.
Ayman Sabateen, the owner of the shop, stated that the army demolished his shop, and confiscated a container filled with car parts, the Palestine News & Info Agency (WAFA) reported.
The army also handed Sabateen an order preventing him from reconstructing the shop, and warning him that he will be legally and financially held accountable should he reconstruct the building.
In occupied East Jerusalem, the army demolished a house in Khillet Al-Ein area.
The demolished home belongs to Tareq Al-Arameen; the police claims that resident did not obtain a construction permit.
Furthermore, soldiers installed a roadblock near the northern entrance of Hebron, near the Halhoul town bridge.
The army stopped dozens of vehicles, and interrogated the residents while inspecting their ID cards and searching their vehicles; no arrests were reported.
The attacks are part of Israel’s ongoing and illegal violations against the Palestinian people, living under illegal occupation in direct violation of International Law.
While Israel continues to construct and expand illegal settlements in the occupied West Bank, and in occupied East Jerusalem, it refrains from granting construction permits to Palestinians in East Jerusalem, and in several parts of the West Bank..