The Israeli occupation authorities delivered demolition notices, Tuesday, to ten Palestinian-owned homes and structures in the town of Jib, northwest of occupied Jerusalem.

Local activist, Samer Abu Hamoud told Palestinian WAFA News Agency that the Israeli army stormed the town, photographed structures and handed Palestinian families orders to demolish their homes and other buildings.

Abu Hamoud added that the ten structures include homes, storage rooms, and a wedding hall.

In the meantime, Israeli forces delivered a demolition order against a Palestinian civilian’s agricultural room, in al-Walaja town, northwest of Bethlehem in the southern occupied West Bank.

Furthermore, Israeli forces demolished, on Monday, two Palestinian-owned homes, Khirbet al-Dyouk, west of Jericho, in the eastern West Bank, the Palestinian Information Center reported.

The sources stated that Israeli soldiers, accompanied by army bulldozers and razed two homes owned by Palestinian civilians, Mahdi Abu Khalaf and Muhammad Kamal.

Moreover, the army delivered, on Monday, halt construction orders to three Palestinian-owned homes in Zawata village, west of the northern West Bank city of Nablus.

Head of the Zawata Village Council, Hafez Alawi, said that the army invaded the village to hand three Palestinian families to stop building their homes.