Israeli soldiers invaded, on Sunday at dawn, the village of Yatta, in the south of Hebron, broke into dozens of homes and searched them, damage reported.

A local source in the village reported that soldiers, supported by armored vehicles, invaded the village after surrounding it, and broke into dozens of homes.

Resident Mousa Qattouf told the WAFA news agency that soldiers broke into his home, and the homes of his brothers Hasan and Mohammad, and their neighbor Ismail al-Adra, and used the homes as military posts and monitoring towers.

Qattouf added that soldiers deliberately damaged the furniture of the homes while searching them.

Also, soldiers detained and interrogated at least 25 residents for several hours, after forcing them out of their homes, no arrests.