On Wednesday, illegal paramilitary Israeli colonizers burnt Palestinian agricultural lands in the Arab Al-Mleihat Bedouin community, northwest of Jericho, in the northeastern part of the occupied West Bank.

Hasan Mleihat, the General Supervisor of the al-Baydar Organization for the Defense of Bedouin Rights, said that the paramilitary colonizers came from several illegal outposts that were installed on nearby stolen Palestinian lands.

Mleihat added that the colonizers invaded the Palestinian lands and burnt crops of barley and wheat, owned by several Palestinians from the Mleihat Arab Bedouin community

The attack, one of frequent Israeli violations, came only one day after the colonizers burnt large areas of farmlands near Al-Mo’arrajat Street, northwest of Jericho.

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

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