Israeli soldiers invaded, Wednesday, Khashm ad-Daraj Bedouin village, east of Yatta, south of the southern West Bank city of Hebron, and demolished a residential shed, walls and fences.

The WAFA Palestinian News Agency said several heavily armored military vehicles invaded the Bedouin community, before demolishing the residential shed, owned by Mousa Ahmad at-Tibna and his family of ten.

WAFA added that the soldiers also destroyed a fence surrounding ten Dunams of Palestinian lands, planted with thyme.

The lands were planted as part of relief projects run by the Ministry of Agriculture, the Union of Agricultural Work Committees, and the Action Committee Against Hunger.

Furthermore, the soldiers destroyed a residential shed, in addition to many walls in the village.

In related news, the soldiers invaded Aqabat Jabr village, east of Tubas in northeastern West Bank, and demolished a water well.