Tuesday morning, Israeli soldiers invaded the West Bank city of Hebron, and  three nearby villages and broke into dozens of houses. Several families were forced into a single room in their houses while soldiers ransacked their properties.Resident Mithqal Abdul-Qader Amro, from Marah Al Baqar area,  west of Hebron, reported that soldiers invaded his neighborhood and broke into dozens of houses, including his own house.

Amro added that soldiers forced him and his family members in one room for four hours and ransacked the house, damage was reported.

Soldiers conducted similar procedures against dozens of families in the area.   
In Yatta village, near Hebron, soldiers broke into dozens of homes, searched them and detained dozens of residents.

The Palestinian News Agency, WAFA, reported that soldiers installed several checkpoints around the village, and other villages to the east, and barred the residents crossing.

Dozens of residents were detained and interrogated for several hours.

Meanwhile, in Bani Neim village, east of Hebron, soldiers broke into dozens of homes and conducted military searches.

On Monday at night, troops invaded the village of Beit Ummar and clashed with dozens of youth who hurled stones and empty bottle at the invading forces, no injuries were reported.

Earlier on Tuesday, a 14-year child was arrested near the Ibrahimi Mosque, in the old city of Hebron. Soldiers claimed that the child carried a knife.