Israeli soldiers invaded, on Monday at dawn, an area north of the West Bank city of Bethlehem, demolished a home, a playground, electricity and water networks, in addition to uprooting farmlands, belonging to a Palestinian family.The demolished properties belong to a Palestinian, identified as Khader Nimir al-Jarashi, after the Israeli army claimed they were built without permits.
Khader said more than 50 Israeli military vehicles, and four armored bulldozers invaded the area, and demolished his home, in addition to its surrounding walls, located close to military roadblock #300.
He added that the soldiers also demolished his bird farm, and a playground used for tennis and basketball, in addition to bulldozing his farmland, and uprooted many trees.
The soldiers also destroyed electricity and water networks, providing his properties, and nearby areas, with the needed power and water.
The invaded area and demolished properties, are close to a main road used by Israeli colonizers in the occupied West Bank, and the army.