Israeli soldiers invaded, Sunday, Khirbat Ibziq village, in the Northern Plains of the occupied West Bank, and confiscated a Palestinian-owned tractor.
Local sources said the soldiers invaded farmlands in the village and confiscated a tractor, owned by Sami Sa’ad Abu Arra, from Aqaba town.
The sources added that the soldiers forced many Palestinians out of their lands after the army claimed that the area is a “closed military zone.”
It is worth mentioning that, just a few days ago, the army confiscated more than 20 vehicles, including tractors and bulldozers, in addition to a water tank, from the Khirbat ar-Ras al-Ahmar nearby village.
The Palestinian civilians living in these isolated communities, depend on their vehicles, especially tractors and agricultural vehicles, to tend to their lands and provide themselves with essential supplies, including water.
Khirbat Ibziq is subject to constant Israeli violations, including when the army displaces families to conduct live-fire military drills, in addition to the frequent demolitions of tens and structures.