On Sunday, Israeli soldiers demolished three Palestinian home in the Dyouk At-Tahta village, northwest of Jericho city in the occupied West Bank’s northeastern part.

Media sources said several military vehicles, including bulldozers, invaded the village and demolished a home, owned by Ma’en Tannous.

The sources added that the home was licensed and was built on his land, with land ownership deeds issued by Jordan before Israel occupied the West Bank in 1967.

The soldiers also demolished two other homes, owned by Faisal Abu Saud, on the land he owned in the village.

The village is subject to frequent Israeli violations by the army and the paramilitary colonizers to force the indigenous Palestinians out for the construction and expansion of the illegal colonies and the use by the Israeli army in direct violation of International Law.

The violations included the demolition of homes, destruction of other property, and the annexation of lands to control the entire area and separate it from Jericho and various surrounding villages and communities.

It is worth mentioning that the Wall & Colonization Committee said the Israel army has demolished 66 structures, including 35 inhabited homes, and five under-construction homes, in addition to 15 agricultural and commercial structures in the West Bank, including Jerusalem, in May.