On Tuesday, Israeli soldiers invaded the Farsh Al-Hawa area, west of Hebron in the occupied West Bank’s southern part and demolished a Palestinian home.

Resident Yousef Abdul-Jawad Abu Aisha, said several military vehicles, including bulldozers, invaded the area before demolishing the 200 square meter home of his brother, Tamer Abu Aisha.

Yousef added that the home was a three-story building that housed his brother’s family on ten and had walls surrounding it and a water well.

The property was licensed by the City Council in Hebron, and the family has all deeds proving ownership of their lands.

The Wall & Colonization Resistance Commission has reported that Israel has demolished 66 structures, including 35 inhabited homes, five under-construction homes, and fifteen agricultural structures in the West Bank, including occupied Jerusalem, in May of this year.