Monday morning, Israeli soldiers detained dozens of students and staff of Hebron University, in Hebron and interrogated them.

The WAFA news agency reported that soldiers erected a military checkpoint at the entrance of the university and on several roads leading to it.

Also, soldiers forced dozens of students and teachers of the university against the wall for more than three hours before releasing them.

An Israeli military source claimed that soldiers are searching for ‘wanted’ resistance fighters.

Several students’ blocs at the university warned that such procedures might lead the area to a renewed conflicting condition.

Na’im Al-Da’our, head of the public relations office at the university considered the military procedures as a direct breach to the truce announced by the Palestinian factions, and as an act which harms the educational process.