Israeli forces demolished, on Wednesday, a number of Palestinian-owned structures in both the northern and southern occupied West Bank, local sources said.

Coordinator of the Popular Committees in Hebron, Rateb al-Jabour, told Palestinian WAFA News Agency that Israeli forces escorted bulldozers that demolished a room, a residential tent, and a shack, belonging to Musa al-Jabareen, in Khirbet Shaab al-Butum, south of Hebron in the southern West Bank.

Bulldozers demolished two more rooms made of brick and tin sheets, a fodder shack, and a traditional oven (Tabun) belonging to Mohammad al-Jabareen.

In the village of al-Jiftlik, north of Jericho in the Jordan Valley, on Wednesday, Israeli forces demolished a tin-sheet structure belonging to Hassan Kaa‘abneh, according to Aref Daraghmeh, a local human rights activist.

In related news, two Palestinian brothers Amer and Ammar Abu Mayaleh, on Wednesday, received demolition orders from the Israeli municipality of West Jerusalem, against their apartments in a two story building in Ras el-Amoud neighborhood of occupied East Jerusalem.

Family members told Palestinian WAFA News Agency that staff from the Israeli municipality ordered the demolition of the two-story building under the pretext of building without a permit.