[Monday Morning, June 2, 2014] Several Israeli military jeeps invaded Hizma and Silwan towns, in occupied Jerusalem, demolishing a number of structures and barns, and forcing several stores to close. The Ma’an News Agency has reported that Israeli army bulldozers demolished metal structures used for trade purposes in Hizma town, northeast of occupied East Jerusalem.

The soldiers also demolished a car wash structure, and confiscated refrigerators and electric appliances from a store in the town. Several stores were also forced to close after the soldiers placed red tape on them.

The army also demolished hothouses near the main entrance of the town, local sources said.

The demolished structures are close to a section of the Annexation Wall that Israel built in the area.

In related news, several military jeeps invaded Tantur Ferou’n area, in Silwan town, and demolished a horse stable.

Furthermore, soldiers bulldozed a parking lot belonging to a Palestinian family in the ash-Shayyah neighborhood, in occupied Jerusalem.