Israeli army bulldozers, on Wednesday morning, have reportedly leveled Palestinian-owned lands to the south of Hebron province.
A local Â journalist in Hebron said, according to the PNN, that the Israeli army destroyed a water tank and bulldozed Palestinian lands covering an area of 15 dunams Â in the western town of Beit Oula, in the southern occupied West Bank.
Over 300 olive trees were planted in the targeted tract. Owned by Palestinian citizen Muhammad al-Amla, the lands, located near the Israeli apartheid wall, were reportedly razed without prior notification.
Army troops went on toÂ chase down Palestinian protesters in the area.
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