Israeli soldiers arrested one resident and injured two children after invading the villages of Kharsa, Doura, Beit Awwa, and Al Arroub refugee camp, near the West Bank city of Hebron.

A local source in Kharsa village, south west of Hebron, reported that soldiers arrested Jawad Ali Hanani, after breaking into his home and searching it for several hours.

Soldiers forced the family of Hanani out of their home, and kept them under the rain for several hours, before arresting him, the source stated.

Hanani is an employee at the Civil Defense department in Hebron.

Also, soldiers invaded Doura village, west of Hebron, occupied two homes and used them as military posts and monitoring towers.

A Palestinian security source reported that soldiers broke into the home of Salah Amro, located near a main junction in the village and occupied some of its rooms and its rooftop, after forcing the family in one room.

Soldiers also broke into the home of Khaled Al Shateet and forced his family in one room for several hours.

In a separate incident, three Palestinian children were injured in Beit Awwa village, on Tuesday at night after the soldiers invaded it.

Two of the injured children, identified as Humam Abdullah Abu Wadee’, 12, and Mohammad Yasser Maslama, 13, were injured by rubber-coated bullets fired by the army.

Also, soldiers invaded Al Arroub refugee camp, north of Hebron, and clashed with dozens of residents after closing the eastern entrance.

A local source in the camp reported that soldiers fired rounds of live ammunition, rubber-coated bullets and gas bombs. No injuries were reported.