On Tuesday, Israeli soldiers uprooted at least fifty Palestinian olive trees and demolished a wall in Hizma town, northeast of occupied Jerusalem, in the West Bank.

Media sources said several army vehicles, including bulldozers, invaded the Tablas area in the town before invading lands owned by Ali Qassem Khatib and uprooting fifty olive trees.

They added that the soldiers also demolished a wall surrounding four Dunams of land owned by Ahmad Mustafa Khatib in the same area and destroyed agricultural roads.

Hizma is subject to request Israeli military invasions and violations, including the demolition of homes and structures, the bulldozing of lands, and the repeated attack by the paramilitary colonizers.