Israeli forces demolish illegal settler buildings, arrest rioters

Dozens of settlers began rioting in the area to stop the security forces from demolishing the structures.

Border police forces reportedly on their way to the Kumi Ori outpost on the outskirts of the Yitzhar settlement to demolish two illegally built homes on January 15, 2020. (photo credit: HONENU)
Border police forces reportedly on their way to the Kumi Ori outpost on the outskirts of the Yitzhar settlement to demolish two illegally built homes on January 15, 2020.
(photo credit: HONENU)
Israeli Civil Administration, along with Border Police and IDF forces have begun demolishing several structures in Shlomo Hill near Kokhav HaShahar in the West Bank on Wednesday morning, according to TPS.
Two illegal structures were demolished as dozens of settlers began rioting in the area to stop the security forces from demolishing the structures.
Three of the rioters have been arrested for entering a closed military area and assaulting the security forces.