Israeli troops dismantled, by force, early on Tuesday morning, a Palestinian-owned caravan in the West Bank city of Hebron.

Local Palestinian activist in southern Hebron, Fouad al-Amour, told the Palestinian Wafa News Agency that Israeli troops invaded the Al-Awar neighborhood, using armored vehicles and bulldozers and abruptly began dismantling an agricultural room, owned by Palestinian resident, Thaer Ghaith.

Al-Amour further said that Israeli troops also dismantled by force a caravan, used for agricultural purposes, owned by the local Palestinian family of Abu Rajab, located in the Zaif neighborhood, near the southern entrance of Hebron city.

Noteworthy, there is a number of illegal Israeli settlements in the Palestinian city of Hebron, these colonial settlements surround the city, where hundreds of thousands of Palestinians live.