Israeli soldiers invaded, Thursday, Khirbat Hamsa Bedouin community, in the Northern Plains of the occupied West Bank, dismantled a residential tent and confiscated it.

Mo’taz Bisharat, a Palestinian Authority official in charge of monitoring Israel’s illegal colonialist activities in the Northern Jordan Valley, said the soldiers dismantled a residential tent owned by a shepherd, identified as Suleiman Abu Kabash.

Bisharat added that the tent, used by the Palestinian and his family, was about 60 square/meters.

Last week, the soldiers invaded Khirbat Hamsa Bedouin village in the area, and demolished it for the seventh time this year alone, rendering 60 Palestinians, including 35 children, homeless.

Khirbat Hamsa was established more than 40 years ago, and its inhabitants are shepherds. It has since been subject to frequent Israeli violations, including demolition and displacement.