Israeli forces destroyed, on Wednesday and Thursday, part of a Bedouin school, farmlands, olive trees, and water springs, in various parts of the occupied West Bank, local sources reported.

In the northern part of the West Bank, Israeli bulldozers razed, on Thursday, Palestinian-owned lands and destroyed at least 120 olive and almond trees in Qusra town, south of Nablus.

On Wednesday, soldiers knocked down a section of the Al-Ka’abneh Bedouin school, located north of Jericho in the northeastern part of the occupied West Bank.

According to Hassan Malihat, the head of the Al-Baydar Organization for the Defense of Bedouin Rights, soldiers invaded the area with trucks, tore down a section of the school, which was built with bricks and tin-plate, and confiscate building materials.

Meanwhile, south of Hebron, in the al-Hijrah area, Israeli occupation forces, on Wednesday, accompanied by bulldozers, concrete mixers and a pump, proceeded to destroy a number of water springs, and at least 5 dunams of Palestinian-owned farm land.

Soldiers filled several water springs with concrete and bulldozed at least 5 dunams of farm land, planted with vegetables, according to one of the owners, Shehdeh Dudin.