West Bank (QNN)- Israeli bulldozers on Monday demolished two repair shops in Al-Lubban ash-Sharqiya and two rooms in the Jordan Valley.
Local sources said the repair shops are located on the road between Nablus and Ramallah and owned by Jihad Oweis and Raja Daraghmeh.
In the same context, Israeli bulldozers notified two rooms in Al Maleh in the Jordan Valley of demolition.
The rooms have been constructed by the Committee to Resists the Wall and Settlement in order to provide locals with basic services.
Locals of Al-Lubban ash-Sharqiya have been a target of several Israeli violations, including attacks on school students, setting a surveillance camera at the entry to the village, installing a metal gate at the road to the village, setting a temporary military checkpoint at the entrance to the village. Illegal settlers have also tried to occupy Al Ras month in the village, and Israeli forces carry out daily raids into the village.