On Thursday, Israeli occupation authorities razed farm land, demolished a residential structure, an industrial facility, and seized building materials, affecting Palestinian citizens in separate regions of the occupied West Bank, local sources reported.

In the northwestern part of the occupied West Bank, occupation authorities denied Palestinian farmers access to their lands behind the illegal Apartheid wall near the city of Qalqilia.

Two Palestinian farmers Ali Mohammad Nofal and Abdullah Ismail Zaid, both found notices on the gates from which they use to access their crops, stating that they are not allowed to enter their farmlands to tend their crops.

In the village of Qusra. southeast of Nablus, in the northern West Bank, occupation bulldozers razed, on Thursday, Palestinian-owned farmlands, according to a local activist.

Fouad Hassan stated that occupation forces, using bulldozers, levelled agricultural lands belonging to Palestinian farmers, with the intent to extend power lines to serve two illegal colonial outposts in the area.


In the northeastern part of the West Bank, Israeli forces dismantled a Palestinian-owned caravan in Khirbet Humsa al-Tahta, southeast of Tubas, in the northern Jordan Valley.

Local activist, Moataz Bisharat, said that the army knocked down and confiscated a residential caravan belonging to Jaafar Abdul Basset Bisharat.

Bsharat added that the structure was donated to Bisharat by international institutions, after occupation authorities demolished his home in July.

In the central West Bank, Israeli forces stormed, on Thursday, the village of Sarta, west of Salfit, and demolished an industrial facility belonging to Palestinian citizen, Muhammad Ali Sarsour.

According to the head of the Sarta village council, Ibrahim al-Khatib, the army invaded the village, backed with military vehicles, and demolished a 200-square-meter blacksmith workshop.

Furthermore, on Thursday, Israeli authorities stopped a Palestinian citizen from restoring a cave, which he and six other members of his family live, in Masafer Yatta, south of Hebron, in the southern occupied West Bank.

Rateb al-Jubour, coordinator of the Popular and National Committees to Resist the Wall and Settlements, stated that Israeli soldiers stormed the “Janba” area in Masafer Yatta, and confiscated building materials and equipment from Aziz Shehdeh Ammar.