On Tuesday dawn, Israeli soldiers invaded Sebastia Palestinian town northwest of the northern West Bank city of Nablus and demolished a Palestinian home.

Mohammad Azem, the Mayor of Sebastia, said several army jeeps and a bulldozer invaded the neighborhood at the town’s main entrance after surrounding it.

Azem added that the soldiers then demolished a home owned by Mohammad Abu as-Saud, rendering him and his family of eight, including children, homeless.

The home was a one-story building sheltering the family after rebuilding the property after it was demolished by the soldiers a year earlier.

Also, the soldiers demolished two commercial structures in Bazaria village, north of Nablus.