Israeli army invaded the village of Tqoa’, east of the West Bank city of Bethlehem, on Tuesday morning, and demolished a warehouse and a barn.

Khaled Hamida, head of the village council, reported that troops and army bulldozer stormed he village, then started to demolish a warehouse that is used to store animal food, and a barn located in the northern end of the village.

He added that soldiers handed him military orders informing the residents that troops intend to demolish five more houses. 

Farmers and shepherds in the village have been repeatdly attacked by soldiers and settlers living in the nearby settlements and military camps.