Tubas – Israeli occupation forces earlier on Monday demolished a Palestinian-owned agricultural room in Atouf town in south-east Tubas, west of the Jordan Valley in the occupied West Bank.
Local sources said the Israeli forces raided the town, escorted bulldozers and demolished a Palestinian-owned agricultural room and destroyed a 300-kilometer-long agricultural road serving dozens citizens of the area.
The Israeli forces always carry out demolitions activities in the area, in a bid to pave the way to build more illegal settlements.
The Jordan Valley is home to approximately 60,000 Palestinians, but nearly 90 percent of the land is part of the so-called Area C, the three-fifths of the West Bank that is under complete Israeli control.
It includes closed military areas and about 50 Israeli settlement outposts housing some 12,000 colonial Israeli settlers.