Israeli soldiers invaded, Tuesday, Anata town northeast of occupied East Jerusalem, and demolished an inhabited Palestinian home.
Media sources said dozens of soldiers, accompanied by bulldozers, surrounded Fheidat neighborhood in Anata town, and completely isolated it, before invading it.
They added that the soldiers then demolished a home, owned by Saleh Fheidat, where he lived along with his family of five.
The soldiers also demolished a barn owned by Mohammad Sarayâa. The Israeli army claims the demolished buildings were constructed without permits.