Israeli troops reportedly seized on Wednesday, a Palestinian-owned tractor in the northern Hebron city, southern West Bank.
Palestinian chief of the local committee for resisting the Israeli Apartheid Wall in Bethlehem city, Hassan Braiga, told media outlets that the troops broke into the Aseer farm land, near the Israeli colonial settlement of Mitsad Nokdeem.
He said that the invading troops seized the tractor of local farmer, Hamed Alababda, while the latter was cultivating his farm land, earlier Wednesday morning.
Breaiga noted that local Alababda owns the land and has all documents confirming ownership.
Israeli army actions, across the occupied West Bank, are reported on daily basis. These actions include invading cities, towns and villages and abduction of Palestinian locals. All at a time when illegal Israeli settlement expansion has peaked over the past decade.