Israeli army broke Sunday into the house of the commander of the Palestinian presidential guards in Ramallah.
Palestinian security sources said that the Israeli soldiers stormed and ran a havoc in the house of Mohammad Abu Samra, the presidential guards commander.
The sources added that an Israeli infantry force was deployed in the vicinity of the house before breaking into it.
Abu Samra condemned the attack on his house, saying in a statement to press that five Israeli military jeeps, accompanying a person dressed in red and wearing a red hat on, surrounded the house and them broke into which.
Israeli army actions across the West Bank are non-stopping since the outbreak of the Palestinian Intifada (uprising) in September2000.