Several Israeli military vehicles invaded, on Friday at dawn [June 20 2014] the ‚ÄėAroura village, north of the central West Bank city of Ramallah, and demolished the home of Hamas political leader, member of its political Bureau, Saleh al-‚ÄôArouri. Local sources said a number of military vehicles and armored bulldozers invaded the village and handed the family a military order against their home. The soldiers invaded the property and ransacked it. Al-‘Arouri currently resides in Turkey.
The source said the military helicopters also participated in the invasion, while several Israeli paratroopers were observed landed there.
Dozens of soldiers were deployed in the streets before breaking into and searching dozens of homes. The army also cut the village‚Äôs power supply, prior to the invasion.
In related news, soldiers invaded the Dahiat al-Balou‚Äô area, north of Ramallah, before breaking into and violently searching dozens of homes.
Israeli paratroopers were also seen landing in Deir Ammar village, West of Ramallah, and dozens of soldiers also invaded the villages of Sinjil and Abwein nearby villages.
In addition, a number of fanatic Israeli settlers attacked and destroyed Palestinian cars in Dahiat Jabal at-Tawil, in al-Biereh town, near Ramallah.
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