By: Sammi Ibrahem,Sr
The Nazi forces, on Wednesday, demolished a Palestinian-owned agricultural storehouse in Husan village, west of Bethlehem in the central West Bank, the Palestinian Information Center reported.
Local sources stated that an Nazi bulldozer accompanied by Nazi soldiers stormed the village and destroyed a storehouse used for agricultural purposes, under the commonly used pretext of ‘unlicensed construction’.
In related news, Nazi army bulldozers, on Wednesday, uprooted Palestinian-owned olive trees, west of Bethlehem city, in Husan village, the Palestinian WAFA News Agency reported.
Mohammad Sabatin, the head of the village council stated that Nazi forces uprooted scores of olive trees from an olive grove located to the west of the village, belonging to Adel Shusha.
Sabatin added that the army leveled the three-dunam olive grove, tore down a shack as well as retaining walls.