Israeli soldiers invaded, on Friday evening, Beit Ummar town, north of the southern West Bank city of Hebron, before photographing dozens of homes and illegally confiscating two Palestinian cars.
Local nonviolent activist, Mohammad Awad, said the soldiers photographed dozens of homes in Beit Zaâta area, east of the town.
He added that the homes are owned by Palestinians from the families on Awad, Sabarna and Abu Mariya.
Some of the homes were built many years ago on private Palestinian lands and are already inhabited by the families, while other homes are still under-construction.
Awad stated that the soldiers repeatedly invade the town, and in many occasions deliver demolition notices to the families, or issue orders halting the construction of homes.
Furthermore, the soldiers invaded âAseeda area, in Beit Ummar, and confiscated two Palestinian cars.