Israeli soldiers invaded, Sunday, a Palestinian Bedouin community near the Taybeh village, east of the central West Bank city of Ramallah, before demolishing and confiscating several residential tents.
Local activist Fares Ka’abna told the WAFA Palestinian News Agency that a large military force surrounded the community before invading it.
He added that the soldiers demolished and confiscated several residential tents owned by Abdul-Hafith Ka’abna and his son Ibrahim, providing shelter for fifteen family members.
Ka’abna stated that the soldiers also confiscated various belongings owned by the family, before leaving the area.
He also said that the army frequently invades the community, removed and demolishes residential tents and barns, however, the soldiers started confiscating the removed tents and sheds to prevent the Palestinians from reusing them.