Sunday at dawn, Israeli soldiers arrested one resident in Bani Neim village, east of Hebron, after invading it. Settlers, on the other hand, attacked on Saturday evening dozens of shepherds and farmers south and east of Yatta village, south of Hebron.

The Hebron office of the Palestinian Prisoners Society reported that soldiers arrested resident Hani Ramadan Obeido, 30,  after breaking into his house and several nearby houses in Wadi Al Jouz  area, west of Bani Neim.

The Society stated that the number of residents arrested since the beginning of this month in Hebron arrived to 20.

Meanwhile, Extremist settlers groups continued their attacks against the Palestinian residents and their properties in Hebron and several surrounding areas.

Late on Saturday at night, settlers attacked dozens of farmers and shepherds in several areas south and east of Yatta village, south of Hebron.

Most of the attacks were carried against residents living close to the Sousia illegal settlement outpost, east of Yatta. The settlers also annexed eight Dunams and planted them with olive trees.     
Also, the settlers burnt one house that belongs to resident Mousa Shnaran. The house is only some kilometers away from the illegal outpost.