Israeli soldiers demolished, Friday, two residential tents, one shed, and a barn in the Ka’abna Bedouin community in the al-Mo’arrajat area east of Ramallah, in central West Bank, in addition to confiscating agricultural equipment and tools used by the farmers and Shepherds.

Local sources said several army jeeps and trucks invaded the Bedouin community after surrounding it.

They added that the soldiers then dismantled and demolished two residential tents, one residential shed, and a barn, before confiscating the materials along with agricultural tools.

The demolished and confiscated properties are owned by the family of Mohammad Suleiman Ka’abna, in addition to Ahed Ali Jaradat and Jamal Mohammad Jaradat.

In related news, the soldiers invaded Jeet village, east of the northern West Bank city of Qalqilia, and handed a Palestinian, identified as Samed Khader, a demolition order targeting his under-construction 120 square/meter home.