Israeli forces delivered, on Wednesday, stop work notices to eight Palestinian citizens, demolished barracks, razed land, and confiscated a crane, in separate parts of the occupied West Bank, local sources reported.
On Wednesday, Israeli forces delivered eight stop-work orders to Palestinian citizens in Sinjil town, northeast of Ramallah in the central occupied West Bank.
Media sources said that the army stormed the town, and handed Khaled Khalil an order to cease the restoration work on his home, while seven other citizens received stop-construction on their homes.
It was added that illegal Israeli colonizers, under the protection of the army, blocked farmers from tending to their own agricultural land and threatened to kill them.
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There were no reports of confrontations or injuries.
Meanwhile, in Silwan town, occupied East Jerusalem, occupation forces demolished barracks and razed lands belonging to Khaled al-Zeer, under the pretext of lacking an Israeli issued building permit.
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According to Osama Makhamreh, a local anti-settlement activist, Israeli forces confiscated a crane owned by the Khallet Mayeh village council, and prohibited further electrical work south of Hebron, in the southern West Bank.