Israeli soldiers invaded, on Thursday morning, the al-Ras al-Ahmar and al-Baq’a Bedouin communities, in northern Jordan Valley of the occupied West Bank, and demolished livestock pens in addition to seizing water lines.

Human rights activist, Aref Daraghma, told WAFA Palestinian News & Info Agency that the soldiers invaded the al-Baqa’a area, before destroying and confiscating water pipelines, owned by a local, identified as Mowaffaq Daraghma.

He added that the soldiers also demolished several livestock pens, owned by Jarrah Bani Odah, in the Ras al-Ahmar area.

The two areas are subject to frequent Israeli invasions, including the demolition of homes, structures, barns, and irrigation lines, in addition to the bulldozing of farmlands and grazing areas, amidst constant plans to build and expands Israel’s illegal colonies, built on Palestinian lands in direct violation of International Law, and for military purposes, including live-fire training.