On Thursday, Israeli soldiers invaded the Wadi Abu Hindi Bedouin community east of the occupied capital Jerusalem, in the West Bank, demolished two residential structures, and confiscated water tanks.

Local sources said Mohammad Hammad and his son Ahmad owned the demolished residential structures that sheltered more than thirteen Palestinians, mainly children.

They added that the soldiers confiscated the demolished structures, four water tanks, two barns, and fodder.

The Israeli army repeatedly invades Palestinian Bedouin communities around occupied Jerusalem, demolishes residential sheds and barns, and confiscated their belongings to force them out of the area to benefit the illegal Israeli colonialist activities.