Israeli soldiers arrested six residents in the southern West Bank city of Hebron, and occupied one home, using it as a military post and a monitoring tower.

The Palestinian News Agency, WAFA, reported that soldiers invaded several neighborhoods in the city, broke into dozens of homes and arrested six residents.
The arrestees were identified as Ziad Nimir Al Qawasmi, 35, Ramadan Mohammad Al Khateeb, 32, Mustafa Mohammad Al Khaima, 23, Khaled Khaleel Al Khateeb, 35, Mo’taz Faraj Obeida, and Mahmoud Aby Hayya.  
Dozens of armored military jeeps, and vehicles, invaded the neighborhoods of al Sheikh and Wad Al Harya area, in the southern part of Hebron, and the Old City, a local source reported.
Also, Israeli soldiers broke into the home of Ayed Abu Rmeila, in Jabal Johar area, and used it as a military post and monitoring tower after forcing the family in one room; the house is near Keryat Arba’ settlement, south of the city.
Dozens of residents were detained and interrogated for several hours, local sources said.