On Monday, Israeli soldiers invaded the Khirbat Ibziq village, east of Tubas in the northeastern West Bank, and confiscated a caravan owned by the Local Council, a solar power cell, and a water tank.

The head of Khirbat Ibziq Village Council, Abdul-Majid Khdeirat, said the soldiers invaded the village before destroying and confiscating a solar power cell.

He added that the soldiers also confiscated a caravan used by the local council and a water tank that could hold two cubic meters.

The soldiers also destroyed a residential tent, a tent, and an agricultural pool that could hold five cubic meters of water.

Many Bedouin Palestinian families live in tents in Khirbat Ibziq and depend on their livestock and agriculture as their only sources of livelihood.

The village is subject to repeated Israeli invasions and demolitions, especially since the Israeli occupation army conducts live-fire military drills in the areas, which also devastates their farmlands and destroyers their property.

Approximately two weeks ago, an Israeli court denied an appeal against the demolition orders of Palestinian residential tents for Bedouins in the Khirbat Ibziq village, north of Tubas in the northeastern West Bank.