On Wednesday, Israeli soldiers invaded the village of Al-Minya, southeast of the West Bank city of Bethlehem, demolished an agricultural room, and uprooted olive seedlings.

Zayed Kawazba, the head of the Al-Minya Village Council, told the Palestinian News & Info Agency (WAFA) that the soldiers demolished an agricultural room and uprooted dozens of olive seedlings.

Kawazba added that the demolished room and the uprooted trees are on lands privately owned by a local farmer, Mohammad Mahmoud Kawazba.

It is worth mentioning that Al-Minya, along with various villages and towns in the Bethlehem area, are subject to frequent violations by the Israeli paramilitary colonizers and the soldiers.

The violations include repeated invasions, demolitions of homes and property, and the uprooting of orchards and farmlands.

Earlier Wednesday, Israeli soldiers demolished two under-construction Palestinian homes in Yitma village, south of Nablus in the occupied West Bank’s northern part.