On Wednesday, Israeli soldiers invaded the Hamsa village, in the northern Jordan Valley of the occupied West Bank, and handed orders halting the construction of two residential facilities.

Mo’taz Bisharat, a Palestinian official who monitors Israel’s colonialist activities in the Northern Plains, said the residential structures are owned by two siblings, Yasser and Abdullah Mahmoud Abu Kabbash.

Bisharat added that the two siblings own the lands they are building their homes on and obtained the needed permits from the local council.

It is worth mentioning that, over the last ten days, the army repeatedly invaded the area and delivered similar orders targeting many residential and agricultural structures, owned by several Palestinians in the same area.

Also on Wednesday, Israeli soldiers demolished a Palestinian home in Jericho, in the northeastern part of the occupied West Bank.

Furthermore, the Israeli soldiers invaded the village of Al-Minya, southeast of the West Bank city of Bethlehem, demolished an agricultural room, and uprooted olive seedlings.

Also Wednesday, On Wednesday, Israeli soldiers demolished two under-construction Palestinian homes in Yitma village, south of Nablus in the occupied West Bank’s northern part.

It is worth mentioning that the Israeli ministerial cabinet is planning to meet in the coming few days to approve the construction of more than 5,000 new colonialist units in the occupied West Bank, and an additional 500 units during the period in which Israeli far-right Finance Minister, colonialist settler Bezalel Smotrich continues his job as a minister in the Israeli government, headed by Benjamin Netanyahu.