On Thursday, Israeli soldiers invaded Beita town, south of the northern West Bank city of Nablus, and demolished a big store used for selling construction supplies.

Atef Dweikat said the soldiers demolished the store is co-owned by his son Mahdi and Tha’er Dweikat.

He added that the army claimed the store was not licensed and was close to a new bypass road Israel is currently preparing for the illegal colonizers on lands owned by Palestinians from Huwwara and Beita.

The store was built on four Dunams of privately owned Palestinian lands and was demolished without warning and without allowing the Palestinians to remove their supplies, inflicting losses of about 3 million shekels.