Israeli soldiers invaded, Tuesday, Hamsa al-Foqa area, in the West Bank’s Northern Plains, and ordered fifteen Bedouin Palestinian families to leave their community as the military conducts live fire training.

Mo’taz Bisharat, an official in charge of Israeli colonies’ file at the Palestinian Authority in central West Bank, said the soldiers handed the orders to fifteen families of 98 Palestinians, including dozens of women and children.

The army said the Palestinians must leave their communities three days a week for the coming four weeks.

The days scheduled for training for three weeks are Sunday, Starting at noon, Monday starting a 4 PM until 10 AM the next day, and Wednesday from 7 AM until 2 PM.

The Israeli military drills are frequently carried out in the occupied West Bank, and the near Bedouin communities in the Negev, resulting in displacing the families in addition to the dozens of casualties, including fatalities, due to explosives dropped by the army during training.