Israeli soldiers invaded, on Friday at dawn, Kafer Qaddoum village east of the West Bank city of Qalqilia and broke into dozens of homes.

As’ad Esthewy, head of Kafer Qaddoum village council, reported that soldiers, supported by armored military jeeps, surrounded several neighborhoods, barring the residents from entering or leaving them.

Resident Mohammad Abdul-Latif said that soldiers destroyed two busses parked in the village; one of the busses belongs to Al Taneeb Company, while the other belongs to resident Mohammad Omar.

Also, soldiers broke into the home of Mohammad Omar after hurling stones at its windows, and forced him and his family out.

Resident Omar said that several windows were damaged after the soldiers hurled stones at his home, and a number of surrounding homes.

Soldiers installed roadblocks around the village, searched several vehicles, and interrogated dozens of residents, no arrests were reported.