Today, Monday, the Israeli occupation authorities demolished 3 agricultural rooms in the village of Beit Ta`mar, east of Bethlehem.

The Director of the Office of the Wall and Settlement Resistance Authority in Bethlehem, Hassan Barijia, stated that the occupation demolished three agricultural rooms in the (tank) area of ​​Beit Ta'amir, belonging to citizens of the Muhaimid family, under the pretext of not having a license, without any prior warning or legal violations.
It is noteworthy that the occupation escalated in the recent period of demolition works in the Bethlehem governorate, affecting a number of agricultural rooms in the towns of Al-Khader, Walaja and Beit Ta'amer.

The village of Beit Taamer is one of the villages in the Bethlehem Governorate, located to the southeast of the city, 5 km away from it, and it is bordered on the east by the town of Za'tara, on the north and west by the village of Handaza, and on the south by the towns of Janata and Tuqu '.

The village of Beit Ta`mar lost part of its lands to construct the settlement bypass road No. 356, which extends for a length of approximately 5.0 km on the lands of the village.

The occupation forces also uprooted about 1000 olive trees from the village lands.