Israeli soldiers invaded, Tuesday, Beit Ummar town, north of the southern West Bank city of Hebron, and demolished a carwash facility, under the pretext of being constructed without a permit.
Mohammad Ayyad Awad, a local nonviolent media activist, said the carwash facility is in the al-Qarn area of Beit Ummar, and was built more than a month ago on privately-owned Palestinian lands.
Awad added that the demolished facility was about 200 square meters, owned by a local, identified as Emad Mohammad Abu Ayyash.
Abu Ayyash received the demolition order from the army less than a week ago, and the army went ahead with the demolition without granting time for appeals.
Earlier on Tuesday, the soldiers demolished a Palestinian home, and attempted to demolish three other homes, in Qarawat Bani Hassan village, northwest of Salfit in central West Bank.
The soldiers also uprooted more than 200 Palestinian olive trees in Deir Estia town, northwest of the central West Bank city of Salfit.