The Israeli military has, on Tuesday, demolished a partially constructed house in the West Bank town of Beit Ummar, near Hebron.Despite having obtained a building permit, the house, owned by the Ikhlayyil family, was demolished following the Israeli military ordering a halt on construction 16 years ago.
Furthermore, a steel structure used to store cars was demolished. This structure was owned by another resident of Beit Ummar.
These demolitions come just days after the detention of three young men from the town in a pre-dawn raid, Sunday morning.
Also, the Palestine Solidarity Project is reporting that Mahmoud Ahmad Coql of Beit Ummar had his grape vines destroyed in an attack believed to be perpetrated by settlers from nearby Karmei Tsur.
The attack destroyed crops covering 2 square kilometers of land.