On Monday morning, Israeli soldiers invaded Furush Beit Dajan village, east of Nablus in the occupied West Bank’s northern part and demolished two Palestinian homes.

Azem Haj Mohammad, the head of Furush Beit Dajan Village Council, said several military vehicles, including bulldozers, invaded the village before demolishing the two homes.

Mohammad added that one of the homes, owned by Samar Haj Mohammad, was still under construction, while Yasser Abu Al-Kabbash and his family inhabited the second home.

He also said that this past July, the army issued orders to demolish thirteen homes and structures in the village, in addition to the dozens of similar orders that were issued after the Israeli occupation authorities illegally confiscated 11,000 Dunams of the villages’ lands to build illegal colonies.