On Monday, Israeli soldiers invaded Hizma town, northeast of the occupied capital Jerusalem, in the West Bank, bulldozed a street, and demolished a room and water well.

Media sources said several military vehicles, including bulldozers, invaded the northern area of Hizma and bulldozed a street linking several neighborhoods in the town.

They added that the Town Council was first prepared in 2014 and was paved in 2018, but the army went ahead and destroyed it.

The soldiers also demolished a room made of wood and a water well in the same area, owned by Fares Al-Omari and Awwad Asakra.