Israeli army troops stormed and ransacked a library and a Palestinian police station in the old city ofHebron, in the West Bank, on Wednesday.

Local sources said that the army stormed the two buildings in the early dawn hours, searched them and ransacked belongings before using them as army posts. Also the sources added that soldiers detained civilians who were in the library and let them go after checking their ID cards.  

Meanwhile in the old city of Hebron, Israeli soldiers did not allow Palestinian residents of the city to go into the Ebrahimi mosque, known as the tomb of patriarchs, to allow illegal settlers to celebrate their holy day in the mosque on Wednesday.