Israeli soldiers invaded, on Tuesday, Barta’a Palestinian village, south of the northern West Bank city of Jenin, and handed military orders for the destruction of more than ten stores.Member of the Barta’a Village Council, Tawfiq Kabaha, stated that dozens of soldiers, and members of the Civil Administration Office, run by the military in the occupied territories, invaded the Industrial Area in the village, and handed the orders.
Soldiers also conducted searches of various homes and property in the village, causing damage.
The invasion is one of dozens of invasions carried out in the village, in the last two months, and the army handed orders against more than 21 homes and industrial structures.
Also on Tuesday, soldiers invaded the Hasaka village, north of the southern West Bank city of Hebron, and drained water wells used by the residents for their homes, and lands.
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