Israeli military bulldozers, backed by large number of soldiers, invaded the village of Al-Furdeis, east of Bethlehem, in the early hours of Tuesday morning, and leveled two houses, the Maan News Agency reported.
Army bulldozers leveled two houses and a number of barracks in the village, and fired tear gas bombs at the residents, five people were injured
The injured residents were transferred to Beit Jala Governmental Hospital; they were identified as Allan Ahmad Al Wahsh, 50, whose house was demolished, his two sons Ayman, 29, and Ahmad, 22, and Suleiman Ahmad Alwahsh, 52.
Also, soldiers demolished the house of Hamza Ibraheem Khamees, and several barracks which belong to other residents.
Dozens of residents clashed with the soldiers and hurled stones at them, one soldier were mildly injured.
The army claimed that the leveled houses and barracks were constructed without legal permits.