Israeli soldiers invaded, on Monday morning, AL Thaheriyya village, near the West Bank city of Hebron, broke into dozens of homes, and searched them.

A local source in the village reported that soldiers forced the families out of their homes and interrogated the youth for several hours.

Most of the searches were conducted in Abu Njeim neighborhood, west of Al Thaheriyya, after soldiers surrounded it and broke into dozens of homes.

Soldiers forced dozens of men and youth out of their homes, interrogated them and compared their identity card numbers and names with wanted list soldiers were carrying.

An Israeli military spokesperson claimed that soldiers were searching for wanted fighters, no arrests were reported.

Meanwhile, soldiers stationed at near Keryat Arba’ settlement in Hebron, broke into the home of Jalal Abed Al Salayma, and used it as a military post after forcing him and his family.

Also, soldiers broke into the home of Mohammad Zein Fqeish, north of the city and used it as a monitoring tower and a military post; the home is a five-story building and over looks at several neighborhoods in the areas.