Israeli soldiers demolished, on Tuesday at dawn, a Palestinian home in Nabi Saleh village, west of the central West Bank city of Ramallah. The Media Office of the Popular Resistance Committee in Nabi Saleh said several military vehicles invaded the village, after surrounding it, and demolished a home belonging to resident Mohammad Mahmoud Tamimi.
The home is located near the main entrance of the village; the soldiers also fired rounds of live ammunition and gas bombs at a number of homes.
The demolished property is one of thirteen homes Israel wants to destroy for “being built without construction permits.”
It was built before Israel illegally occupied the West Bank in 1967; the owner is a displaced Palestinian who holds an American citizenship.