The Israeli army demolished, Thursday morning, a Palestinian car wash near Bethlehem, while it was under construction, a local official reported.
Iyad Abu Sarra, from al-Khader municipality, told Palestinian WAFA News Agency that soldiers destroyed the car wash for construction without a permit.
The military also demolished an agricultural nursery in a West Bank village, for lack of an Israeli issued permit, according to a local official.
Director of the Wall and Settlements Resistance office in Bethlehem, Hasan Breijieh, told WAFA that soldiers invaded Jourat al-Shamaa village, south of Bethlehem, and demolished a nursery owned by Mahmoud Abu Hammad.
Breijieh added that the army notified several other Palestinians in the southern West Bank district of Bethlehem, of the military’s intent to demolish structures.
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