Israeli forces routinely dismantle barns and residential tents on occupied Palestinian land. (Photo: via Social Media)
The Israeli occupation authorities on Tuesday tore down and seized Palestinian tents, while demolition orders were issued against other structures in the south of the West Bank, reported Palestinian news agency Wafa.
Israeli occupation forces tore down two residential tents in Masafer Yatta villages of al-Fakhit and Maghayer al-Abeed, according to Fouad al-Imour, a local activist.
He said at least 10 people were displaced in the two demolitions.
In the village of Susya, east of Yatta in the southern Hebron hills, coordinator of the Wall and Settlements Resistance Committee, Rateb al-Jabour said that Israeli forces stormed the village, where they tore down and seized a tent.
The soldiers also ordered a halt on the construction of a tin structure in the village and seized construction materials, two tents and equipment, including an electrical generator and a concrete mixer.
Meanwhile, mayor of Tuqu village, near Bethlehem, Tayseer Abu-Mefreh, also said that Israeli forces handed Fuad al-Aruj a military notice ordering him to demolish his barns or risk paying exorbitant fines and being prosecuted.
Soldiers also ordered several farmers in the area not to reclaim their farmlands. One of the farmers was ordered to appear before Israeli intelligence at the Gush Etzion colonial settlement.