Friday evening, Israeli soldiers invaded the village of Yatta, near Hebron, and conducted military searches of homes; four residents, including three children were injured of military fire during clashes which erupted in the village.

 
The source stated that Adnan Ateyya Rayyan, 14, Nader Hasan al-Sharawna, 17, and Nader Hasan al-Sharawna, 17, were injured in their faces and feet, while a third resident suffocated after inhaling gas fired by the army.  
 
The WAFA news agency reported that soldiers invaded the village on Friday evening, and fired rounds of live ammunition and gas bombs at dozens of youth and residents who clashed with the army after invading their village.
 
In a separate incident, soldiers broke into the home of Imad Jeed-Allah, in the village of Tarrama, near Yatta, and conducted military searches causing excessive damage.
 
Jeed-Allah was released from Israeli detention on Thursday, after Israel released the second group of detainees, which part truce declared in February 8, in the Egyptian resort of Sharm al-Sheikh.    
 
The army broke into his home as dozens of residents were present congratulating him for his release, removed Palestinian flags from the roof of the home, and attacked several residents.
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