The Israeli army invaded on Thursday morning the southern West Bank city of Hebron and three nearby villages, and kidnapped seven civilians, local sources reported.

A number of military vehicles invaded the city of Hebron and deployed in the streets, while soldiers broke into and searched several houses kidnapping five civilians.

Also, troops invaded Beit Ola village located west of Hebron, and kidnapped two civilians after searching and ransacking a number of houses while searching for two residents identified as Kamal Al Saraheen and Mahmud Sabah.

Soldiers lunched a search campaign in several houses, and forced the families to leave their houses. Troops left the area later on; damage to the attacked houses was reported.  .

In Beit Awa and Al Kom villages, troops centered in the streets, imposed curfew, search and ransacked several houses.

Soldiers claimed that they were searching for wanted members of the resistance.  

Moreover, troops broke into a nearby Mosque, the reason behind this invasion still anonymous.