Israeli occupation bulldozers demolished, on Wednesday, a Palestinian house in the Ras Khamis neighborhood of the Shu’fat refugee camp, north of Occupied Jerusalem.
A large number of Israeli police escorted the bulldozers that razed a house in the camp which consisted of two rooms roofed with tinplate, according to the Palestinian sources.
The sources added that during the demolition confrontations erupted with the occupation police in the area, without any injuries reported.
In another point, Israeli occupation forces leveled three dunums in Kisan village, east of Bethlehem.
Ahmed Ghazal, the deputy chairman of Kisan Council, said that "the Israeli occupation forces bulldozed these dunums, which are located to the west of the village adjacent to Ibi Hanahl settlement, to expand the latter’s entrance."
Ghazal pointed out that the land was seized by the occupation authorities years ago.