Closure imposed by the Israeli army over the West Bank city of Hebron continued for the second day, local sources reported. 

Troops closed all main roads leading to the city including the roads coming from the near by villages of Halhoul, Ethna, and Tarqumia, which barred the residents from reaching their work places, educational facilities, and clinics. 

Also, soldiers occupied the rooftop of the house of Yasser Hajjah, located on a road between Hebron and Doura village, and used it as a military post after forcing the facility in one room. 

In a separate incident, troops invaded Al Fawwar refugee camp in Hebron, conducted house-to-house search, and arrested Hassan Al Azza and his brother Mahmoud and took them to unknown destination.