Israeli invaded, Thursday, Nabi Samuel village, northwest of occupied Jerusalem in the West Bank, before demolishing a carwash facility and bulldozing lands.

Media sources said the soldiers demolished a carwash facility owned by Anas Obeid, and bulldozed lands, owned by Lu’ay al-Kiswani, in the village.

The Israeli army claimed the facility was built without a permit and uprooted the lands as part of the ongoing illegal colonialist activities.

Nabi Samuel village has been subject to frequent Israeli violations since 1971; the Israeli occupation demolished about %80 of its homes and completely isolated it from Jerusalem and other parts of the West Bank when it isolated the village and its lands with the illegal Annexation Wall.