Tuesday morning, Israel soldiers invaded the village of Yatta, south of the West Bank city of Hebron, conducted military searches, and arrested one resident.

A local source in the village reported that soldiers broke into the home of Aref Qazza, searched it and arrested his son Ammar, 17.
Aref said that soldiers caused damage to the furniture while searching the home, and held his family in one room before arresting his son.
A Palestinian security source in the village reported that soldiers broke into dozens of homes in the village overnight and at dawn, and closed several streets.
Dozens of residents were held and interrogated while soldiers searched the cars on the portable checkpoints which were erected in the village and around it.
Also, soldiers conducted military searches in dozens of homes in the villages of Itna and Yatta near Hebron, and interrogated dozens of residents, especially the youth.
Several residents were punched and clubbed by the soldiers while interrogating them, no arrests.