Israeli military forces invaded, on Tuesday morning, Al Fawwar refugee camp, south of the West Bank city of Hebron, the Maan News Agency reported.

Eyewitnesses told Maan that soldiers used loud speakers calling the residents to remain home, and fired rounds of live ammunitions at dozens of youth who hurled stones during the invasion, no injuries were reported.
 
Israeli soldiers then broke into several houses under the claim of looking for wanted Palestinians; the houses belong to Amjad Al Najjar, Mohammad Mahmoud Abu Warda, Yousef Sarahna, Hassan Qasem Al Najjar, and several other residents.
 
Palestinian security sources said that Israeli forces took-over 15 houses, turning them into military posts for several hours and detained the residents of each house, in a single room.
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