Israeli soldiers arrested on Friday one resident in the West Bank city of Hebron, broke into dozens of homes using two of them as military posts and monitoring towers.

The WAFA news agency reported that soldiers arrested Mohammad Khaleel abu Turk, and took him to an unknown destination.

Abu Turk was stopped by the soldiers near Keryat Arba’ settlement in Hebron; eyewitnesses reported that soldiers severely punched and clubbed the resident before arresting him.

Also, soldiers broke into dozens of homes in the old city of Hebron, searched them and used two homes and military posts and monitoring towers.

In the neighboring village of Doura, Israeli soldiers broke into a number of homes, detained and interrogated several residents.

Also, several families were forced to leave their homes while the army was searching them, damage reported.

Soldiers raised Israel flags on the rooftops of the attacked homes, a local source reported.

In a separate incident one child was injured after a military jeeps rammed into him while after the soldiers invaded Doura village, near Hebron.