Israeli soldiers invaded, Thursday, Kisan Palestinian village, east of Bethlehem, south of occupied Jerusalem in the West Bank, and demolished three residential tents and five barns, after imposing a strict siege on the area.

Ahmad Ghazal, the deputy head of Kisan Village Council, said that the soldiers surrounded and isolated the Teena area, in the east of the village, preventing the Palestinians from entering or leaving it.

He added that the soldiers then demolished a barn and a tent, owned by Ahmad Obeyyat, three barns and a tent, owned by Mahmoud Ibrahim Obeyyat, a barn owned by Issa Abdullah Nazzal, and a tent owned by Salah Ahmad Obeyyat, under the pretext of not being licensed by the Israeli authorities.

Ghazal also said that the soldiers have recently escalated their violations against the village, by confiscating large areas of Palestinian lands, demolishing many tens and sheds, in addition to halting the construction of a local school.