A medical source at the Hebron Governmental Hospital, in Hebron reported that Israeli soldiers shot injured four children in Doura village, west of the city of Hebron after invading it earlier on Sunday.

The source stated that soldiers, supported by armored vehicles, invaded several neighborhoods in the village, fired sounds of live ammunition and rubber-coated bullets during clashes which erupted in the city after the soldiers broke into dozens of homes and searched it.

Two children identified as Riyadh Mohammad abu-Sbagh, 12, and Mohammad Mustafa abu Arqoub, 15, were hospitalized after sustaining moderate injuries. Two other children, identified as Adham al-Nammoura, 13, and Ibrahim al-Shareef, were hit by rubber-coated bullets and received medical treatment by an ambulance crew. 

Also, soldiers occupied rooftops of a number of homes, using them as monitoring towers after forcing the families in one room.

In a separate incident, soldiers broke into a building near Keryat Arba’ settlement, in the east of Hebron, and used it as a military post and monitoring towers after forcing the families out.

The building is a multi-story residence, inhibited by more than fifty residents; all were held at the ground floor for several hours.