Israeli soldiers invaded, on Sunday at night, the village of Rommana, west of the northern West Bank city of Jenin, and delivered demolition orders targeting four under-construction Palestinian homes.

Media sources said several army jeeps invaded the village from various directions and handed the military orders to the Palestinians.

The owners of the homes said the Israeli army wants to demolish their properties due to their proximity to the illegal Annexation Wall, which was built on their lands.

The army is also claiming the Palestinians started the construction of their homes “without a permit from the Civil Administration Office,” the executive branch of Israel’s illegal military occupation of Palestine.