Israeli soldiers invaded, on Wednesday evening, the Ramadin area, southwest of the southern West Bank city of Hebron, and delivered orders halting the construction of the al-Badia Basic School.

Khaled Abu Sharar, the head of the Hebron office of the Education Ministry in southern Hebron, said the soldiers ordered halting the construction of the school, located in the western part of the town.

Abu Sharar added that the school is close to the illegal Annexation Wall, which was built on Palestinian lands in the area.

There are thirty students in this school, and construction was underway to expand it to be able to provide the needed education to more children.

It is one of many Somoud and Tahadi Schools which were recently built by the Palestinian Education Ministry, and a few them have been demolished.

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