On Wednesday, Israeli soldiers demolished two agricultural sheds, retaining walls east of Hebron in the southern part of the occupied West Bank, and a commercial structure near Bethlehem.
Media sources said the soldiers invaded the Khallet Al-Eeda area, east of Hebron city, before demolishing an agricultural shed owned by a local farmer, Kathem Rajabi.
They added that the shed was on about one Dunam of land Kathem privately owns and was destroyed without allowing the Palestinian to remove the produce and agricultural tools from the property.
The soldiers also demolished an agricultural room and retaining walls on land privately owned by Maher Al-Ajlouni.
In Bethlehem, the soldiers invaded the Al-Walaja village, northwest of the city, and dismantled a 20 meters commercial stand owned by Mohammad Saleh Abu At-Teen, and the southern entrance of the village.