Israeli soldiers installed two electronic gates in Tal Rmeida neighborhood and Al Sahla areas, in the southern West Bank city of Hebron.

A source at the Hebron reconstruction committee reported that soldiers installed the first gate close to Ramat Yishai illegal settlement outpost, while the second gate was installed near Abu Al Reesh mosque in the old city, close to Abraham Abino settlement outpost.

The source stated that the gates narrow and equipped with microphones; the gates completely isolate dozens of families in Al Sahla and Tal Rmeida.

Israeli soldiers closed, at the beginning of August, several entrances in the old city of Hebron, and installed electronic gates restricting the movement of the residents.