Several Israeli military vehicles, and armored bulldozers, invaded on Wednesday morning Barta’a village, west of the northern West Bank city of Jenin, and demolished a brick factory.Tawfiq Qabaha, member of the Barta’a village council, told the Radio Bethlehem 2000 that more than twenty military vehicles, and bulldozers, invaded the village and demolished a factory belonging to resident Jabr Awad.

The soldiers surrounded the entire area, and declared it a closed military zone, before demolishing the factory.

Qabaha said the factory was more than 350 square/meters, and that the losses are estimated by 200.000 New Israeli Shekels.