Several Israeli military jeeps, and a bulldozer, invaded in Thursday at dawn Beita town, south of the northern West Bank city of Nablus, and demolishes a butcher’s shop and two sheds.

The invasion was carried out during early dawn hours after the soldiers surrounded the town and advanced from several directions.

Wassef M’alla, the head of Beta Local Council, said the soldiers demolished a butcher’s shop, belonging to Mohammad Abdul-Rahman Odah, without any prior notice or warning.

He added that the army also demolished two sheds belonging to Mohammad Rezqallah Eqteish and Essam Mahmoud Najjar, without a prior notice or warning.

The sheds were used to store card boxes, near the Central Fruits and Vegetable Market, close to the main entrance of the town.