Israeli soldiers invaded, Thursday, a Palestinian land in the Al-Mughayyir village, northeast of the central West Bank city of Ramallah, and handed an annexation order of five Dunams owned by a Palestinian at the village’s eastern entrance.

Nael Rashid Mohammad said the soldiers invaded his land and handed him the annexation order for what the army called military purposes.

Mohammad added that the army wants to build a military tower on his land to observe the village’s eastern area, which could also lead to further annexations and severe restrictions on the Palestinians.

In related news, the army handed Rezeq Abu Naim an order halting the construction of a barn and an agricultural structure on his land in the same area.

It is worth mentioning that the village’s eastern entrance remains closed by the army for the twentieth day.

On Thursday dawn, the army invaded the village, searched homes, and abducted three young men who were among at least 42 Palestinians, including siblings the army abducted at dawn in the West Bank.