Israeli forces demolished, on Tuesday, dwellings and sheds belonging to eight Palestinian families in Jaʻwana, near Beit Furik, to the southeast of Nablus.Forces, backed with ten military vehicles and two bulldozers, demolished tents used as dwellings and four sheds used as animal barns belonging to eight Palestinian families in Jaʻwana, according to Mayor of Beit Furik ‘Aref Hanani.

Hanani added that soldiers cordoned off the area before embarking on the demolition process without any prior notice, WAFA Palestinian News & Info Agency has reported.

Eight tents and four sheep barns in Khirbet Tana, in the village of Beit Fureeq, southeast of Nablus, were destroyed.

Head of the Beit Fureeq village council, ‘Aref Hanini, told the PNN that the demolished structures belong to four Palestinian farmers identified as: Shaher Fayeq Abu Hait, Sami Atef Hanini, Kamal Mahmoud Hanini and Khaled Hussain Hanini, adding that these structures house around 15 people.

Hanini also said that the Israeli soldiers demolished the structures without prior warning.

He stressed that occupation forces are deliberately demolishing the structures in Khirbet Tana to evacuate it of its Palestinian residents.

Also on Tuesday, occupation forces demolished a Palestinian-owned car wash shop at Hares juncture, in Salfit district, witnesses said.

Forces removed the contents of the wash shop before demolishing it.

This shop was the only source of living for Fadi Klaib, the owner.