Israeli soldiers invaded on Wednesday the village of Al Shiokh, near the West Bank city of Hebron, and broke into dozens of homes.

A local source in Hebron reported that soldiers forced several families out of their homes and searched them, while interrogating the youth.

Also, soldiers broke into a concrete factory in the village and arrested Mousa Ahmad Warasna, 40, and took him to an unknown destination.

Soldiers also broke into detained dozens of workers and residents from several hours.

In a separate incident, troop broke into a home which belongs to Raslan Al Syoury, in Wad Abu Kteila area, in Hebron, and used it as a military post after searching it and forcing the family in one room for several hours.

Several roads leading to villages around Hebron were blocked by portable checkpoints installs by the army during early morning hours, barring the residents from crossing.