Israeli bulldozers, Monday, demolished several Palestinian structures in Izbit Shufa neighborhood, southeast of Tulkarem city, in the northern occupied West Bank, the Palestinian WAFA News Agency reported.

An owner of one of the structures, Amer Hamed, told WAFA that Israeli forces accompanied a bulldozer into the neighborhood, and proceeded to demolish a shack, a wall surrounding a nearby parking lot and another wall surrounding the land of another resident.

Hamed noted that he received an Israeli military order to evict the area slated for demolition within 96 hours, despite the fact that they have legal documents proving their ownership.

The Israeli military issued, on Mondy, more demolition orders against three Palestinian-owned houses and five barns in Birin village, in the southern West Bank, under the pretext of construction without permit, Palestinian WAFA News Agency correspondent reported.

He said soldiers invaded Birin village of, east of the city of Hebron, and handed demotion orders to the owners of three under construction houses.

The owners of five animal barns, made of tin, were also handed demolition orders.

The Palestinian Information Center reported that the Israeli army distributed orders to demolish the under-construction houses, owned by the following Palestinian civilians; As’ad Burqan, Ya’coub Burqan, and Ismail Burqan.

The demolition orders were handed to the owners of the five barns, identified as the Azazma and Faqir families.