Israeli soldiers arrested on Wednesday eight Palestinian residents in the West Bank city of Hebron, several surrounding villages and Al Arroub refugee camp, local sources reported.

Soldiers invaded Hebron, Tarqoumia, Beit Ummar, Surif, and Al Arroub refugee camp, and broke into a charitable society and an office that belongs to the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine.

The Hebron office of the Palestinian Prisoners Society reported that five of the arrestees were identified as; Yousef Mousa Abu Khdeir, 23, Baha’ Kamal Baradeyya, 18, both from Surif, north west of Hebron, Mohammad Waheed Shallaf, 31, from Tarqoumia west of Hebron, Ashraf Ayid Al Ghrous, 18 and Sa’id Dieb Hajajra, 18, from Al Arroub refugee camp, north of Hebron.

Also, Palestinian security sources in Hebron reported that soldiers broke into an educational society and an office that belongs to the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine in Hebron.

Troops detonated the door of the two offices and confiscated documents.

Mousa Al Natsha, head of the Al Risala Al Elmiyya Society in Hebron, said that twenty soldiers broke into the society after destroying its main door and conducted military searches causing damage to the property, especially the computers.

Al Natsha added that soldiers confiscated files, documents and pictures that belong to the society which provides charitable services in Hebron.

He described that attack as “barbarian” adding that the society provides poor school and university students with the needed aid and that the society does not have any political activities.