Israeli soldiers, on Monday, confiscated a water tank, an agricultural water irrigation system, bulldozers and a tractor in al-Jiftlik village in the occupied Jordan Valley, according to Palestinian activists and security sources.

Sources told Palestinian WAFA News Agency that Israeli soldiers set up a flying checkpoint in al-Jiftlik, declaring the area a closed military zone.

Israeli troops reportedly dismantled and confiscated a irrigation system used to water 40 dunams of agricultural land planted with grape vines and palm trees.

Two bulldozers, a tractor and a water tank belonging to Palestinian citizens were confiscated, according to local activist, Aref Daraghmeh.

According to Quds News Network, the land belongs to Munir Nasasrah and Ibrahim Salem.

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