Israeli soldiers invaded, on Monday at night, Khirbet Ibziq Bedouin village, in the Northern Plains of the occupied West Bank, before handing two families demolition orders targeting their homes and barns.
Mo’taz Bisharat, a Palestinian official who monitors Israel’s colonialist activities in the Northern Plains, said the soldiers handed two demolition notices targeting residential structures, and barns.
Bisharat added that the soldiers also demanded another family to demolish and remove their tents and barns within one week.
The soldiers also informed a family that they needed to leave their structures on August 22nd, 25th, and 31st, as the army intends to conduct live-fire training.
It is worth mentioning that, this month alone, the army destroyed and seized 17 structures in the Bedouin community, displacing 27 people, including 19 children.