Israeli soldiers demolished, on Monday, a Palestinian-owned commercial structure near Salfit, in the central West Bank, and razed farmlands near Hebron, in the south, local sources reported.

Occupation forces demolished, on Tuesday, a 200 square-meter commercial facility in Deir Ballut town, west of Salfit, in the central part of the occupied West Bank, local sources reported.

Media sources stated that Israeli bulldozers razed the structure, which belonged to local citizen Ahmed Khalil Abdullah, under the pretext of not having an Israeli issued permit to build.

Meanwhile, occupation bulldozers razed agricultural lands, planted with crops, and stone retaining walls near the southern West Bank city of Hebron, local sources reported.

Israeli forces razed, on Tuesday, Palestinian-owned land and uprooted trees belonging to Muhammad Abdel Fattah Abu Sakour, in Tarqumiyah, northwest of the city.

Abu Sakour said that occupation forces, brought a military bulldozer with them to his property, razed at least two dunams of land, and uprooted 40 olive and grapevine trees.

West of the city, in the village of Khirbet Soba, soldiers invaded the village, bulldozed at least 3 dunams of agricultural lands, uprooted dozens of almond and citrus trees, and demolished stone retaining walls belonging to local citizen, Maram Munjid Al-Awiwi.

Furthermore, on Monday, Israeli authorities issued a cease-construction order against an under-construction home in Masafer Yatta, south of Hebron.

According to local activist, Osama Makhamra, Israeli soldiers invaded the area and ordered that the owner of the home, Muhammad Ali al-Hathlin in addition to other workers to stop working on the home, forcing them to take the concrete out of the area.

In. related news, Israeli soldiers stormed the archaeological site in Sebastia town, northwest of Nablus, in the northern occupied West Bank.

According to the head of the Sebastia municipality, Mohammad Azem, a large army forces invaded the archaeological site and conducted a survey of the Roman amphitheater.

Mohammad Azem, head of the Sebastia municipality, told WAFA that a large unit of Israeli soldiers raided the archaeological site, conducting a survey of the area of the Roman amphitheater.