Israeli soldiers demolished, Tuesday, two agricultural structures and uprooted many trees, in the village of Rantis, northwest of the central West Bank city of Ramallah.

The structures were built by Moath al-Khatib on his land this past February, before the so-called “Civil Administration Office,” the administrative branch of Israel’s illegal military occupation ordered him to remove them nearly a month ago.

The structures were installed by al-Khatib on three Dunams of his land, and the army claimed that he is not allowed to build anything because his land is located within Area C of the occupied West Bank, under full Israeli control.

Besides demolishing the structures, which took place on Tuesday morning, approximately at 9:30, the soldiers also levelled and bulldozed the land, causing losses estimated at more than 15,000 Shekels.

ِAl-Khatib built the structures on approximately 40 square meters on his land after fencing it and planted several trees, which were also uprooted by the army.