Israeli forces on Tuesday notified Palestinians in the village of Beit Dajan, East of Nablus, about their intent to demolish two buildings in the village, according to local sources. Nasser Abu Jeish, head of Beit Dajan village council, said an Israeli army force broke into the village and notified Nader Haj Mohammad, a local villager, about Israel’s intent to demolish two of his structures, citing construction without permission, WAFA reported. During the Israeli raid in Beit Dajan, the Israeli military also seized a bulldozer belonging to a local Palestinian. The village is located in Area C of the West Bank, under complete Israeli civil and military control, where Israel rarely issues construction permits to Palestinian households. The demolition came only few hours after the Israeli military demolished the slaughterhouse of the town of Beit Sahour, East of Bethlehem in the West Bank.