Tuesday afternoon, Israeli soldiers invaded the villages of Doura, Bani Neim, and Yatta, near the West Bank city of Hebron, and conducted military searches.
Yousef al-Masry, a resident of Doura said that soldiers broke into his home, searched it, and used it as a military post, after holding his family in one room.
Also, soldiers stopped dozens of residents and vehicles, conducted military searches, and interrogated the youth after forcing them against the walls.
Soldiers also invaded the village of Bani Neim, east of Hebron, and conducted military searches of homes,
Ali al-Tarayra, head of Bani Neim village council, reported that soldiers repeatedly invaded the village over the last several days and broke into dozens of homes.
In the village of Yatta, south of Hebron, soldiers closed several roads leading to the village, especially the road which links Yatta with al-Fawwar refugee camp, and al-Mteina junction, and other roads leading to the village.
Residents, students and employees were stopped and interrogated at the checkpoint, while soldiers compared the identify card number of several residents with ‘wanted lists” they have, no arrests.