Israeli occupation forces yesterday demolished a number of structures owned by Palestinian citizens in the West Bank city of Nablus, QudsNet reported.
Palestinian sources said that the demolition took place in the neighbourhood of Sabastia, northeast of the occupied city of Nablus.
"The Israeli occupation forces demolished Al-Qal'ah Restaurant and Lounge which were owned by Nael Aqel," the Head of Sabastia Municipality Nael Al-Sha'er said.
"They also demolished a porcelain workshop owned by Ahmed Aqel near the archaeological site in the old city under claims it was built in Area C."
Al-Sha'er also said that the Israeli occupation imposed a curfew in the archaeological site in the old city and forced a citizen to demolish a barn and a barracks.