Israeli soldiers, accompanied by military bulldozers, invaded on Wednesday the al-‘Eesawiyya town, in occupied East Jerusalem, and demolished a Palestinian farm. The army also destroyed doors of a carwash facility and four farms, and posted demolition orders targeting two farms, car repair shop and a car dealership.
The soldiers surrounded the town before invading it, and imposed a tight siege, preventing the Palestinians from entering or leaving it.
Army bulldozers then demolished a farm, owned by Morad Ziad Mustafa, allegedly for being built without a permit.
Furthermore, the army destroyed doors of a local carwash facility and four farms, and posted five demolition orders targeting two farms, a car repair shop and a car dealership.
In addition, the soldiers also bulldozed and removed fences surrounding a Palestinian land in the town.
The targeted structures are owned by members of the families of Dari, Mustafa, Abu Ryala and Abu Sneina.