Israeli soldiers arrested on Thursday afternoon, a Palestinian youth, and injured his 80-year-old grandmother, in the village of Budros, west of Ramallah.

A local source in the village reported that soldiers invaded the village and hurled a concussion grenade at the home of Taiseer Khalifa before breaking into it.

The source stated that soldiers arrested Rakan Taiseer Khaleefa, 18, and took him to an unknown destination.

Also, Ni’ma Khaleefa, 80, the grandmother of Rakan, was injured in her leg and transferred to a hospital in Ramallah.

Clashes were reported in the village after the army invaded it; dozens of youth hurled stones and empty bottles at the soldiers who fired using rounds of live ammunition and gas bombs.

Alos, dozens of resients protested in the village marking the first year since the Israeli army starting bulldozing its orchards and constructing the Separation wall in Budros.