On Wednesday, Israeli soldiers demolished three Palestinian homes in Dyouk at-Tahta village, located west of Jericho in the northeastern West Bank.

According to media sources, several military vehicles, including bulldozers, entered the village and proceeded to demolish the homes.

One of the homes belonged to Mustafa Faraj, a resident of the village, while Palestinians from occupied Jerusalem owned the other two.

The village has been subjected to increasing Israeli violations, including the demolition of numerous homes and buildings as a result of Israel’s illegal colonialist activities and the annexation of Palestinian lands.

In related news, Israeli soldiers and paramilitary colonizers invaded Deir Dibwan Palestinian village east of Ramallah in the central West Bank, injuring three Palestinians.

The Health Ministry reported that two Palestinians were shot while another was repeatedly assaulted, sustaining various fractures and bruises.