Several Israeli military jeeps, and a bulldozer, invaded in Thursday at dawn Beita town, south of the northern West Bank city of Nablus, and demolishes a butcherâ€™s shop and two sheds.
The invasion was carried out during early dawn hours after the soldiers surrounded the town and advanced from several directions.
Wassef Mâ€™alla, the head of Beta Local Council, said the soldiers demolished a butcherâ€™s shop, belonging to Mohammad Abdul-Rahman Odah, without any prior notice or warning.
He added that the army also demolished two sheds belonging to Mohammad Rezqallah Eqteish and Essam Mahmoud Najjar, without a prior notice or warning.
The sheds were used to store card boxes, near the Central Fruits and Vegetable Market, close to the main entrance of the town.