On Monday, Israeli soldiers invaded Sebastia town, northwest of the northern West Bank city of Nablus, demolished a telecommunications network and a small shop, in addition to closing an agricultural street.

Mohammad Azem, the mayor of Sebastia, said the army invaded the area of the main street between Nablus and Jenin, in the western part of the town.

Azem added that the soldiers destroyed a telecommunications network and a room, used as a rest area on land owned by Bilal Kayed.

The soldiers also closed an agricultural street linking between the town and the Sahel area, an issue that prevents the farmers from reaching their lands.

The attacks are part of ongoing violations by the Israeli soldiers and the colonies who want to illegally annex and occupy more of the Palestinian lands and the archeological site in the town.

Besides the recently seriously escalated violations against the Palestinians in the town, Israeli soldiers frequently invade Sebastia to accompany groups of colonialist settlers into the archaeological area.

During these invasions, the soldiers block all Palestinian traffic, frequently storm homes, abduct Palestinians, attack protesters, and remove the Palestinian flag from the archeological area.

Also Monday, Israeli soldiers killed four Palestinians and injured eight near Ramallah, in the central West Bank, one near Tulkarem, in the northwestern West Bank, and a child near Tubas, in the northeastern West Bank.

Army Kills a Palestinian Child, Injures Six, Near Tubas