The Israeli army demolished a house and cowshed, bulldozed an olive orchard, and confiscated two caravans in the village of Beit Ola, northwest of the West Bank city of Hebron, Palestine News & Info Agency (WAFA) reported on Tuesday.The National Committee Against the Annexation Wall reported that a large force from the Israeli army, accompanied by bulldozers and an officer of the Israeli Civil Administration, invaded the section of Bedwan in the western part of Beit Ola village.

The committee added that the bulldozers cleared a twelve-acre olive orchard, demolished a house and a cowshed, and confiscated two caravans, the property of the Palestinian resident, Mohammad Rashid.