Saturday at night, Israeli soldiers invaded the village of Doura, south of Hebron and conducted military searches of homes; five residents were injured during clashes which erupted in the village.

The WAFA news agency reported that soldiers forced the residents to close their shops and stores and closed several streets in the village.

A medical source at Hebron Governmental Hospital said that one child, identified as Maher Shareef Abu Ras, 15, was injured by a rubber coated bullet in his head.

The source added that four other residents received first at Doura medical center after inhaling gas fired by the army.

The residents were injured following clashes which erupted between dozens of youth and the army after invading the village.

Dozens of youth were held and interrogated for several hours, no arrests.

Mohammad Hasan al-Fasfous, a resident of Doura said that soldiers broke into his home and occupied its rooftop after forcing his family in one room.