The Palestinian News Agency, WAFA, reported, on Wednesday, that Israeli army invaded the villages of as-Sammou’, Ithna and Beit Ummar, near the southern West Bank city of Hebron, and installed several roadblocks. Palestinian security sources stated that the army invaded the village of Ithna in the western part of Hebron and searched the home of Shaher ash-Sobaki inflicting damage to the property.
The army also invaded the village of as-Sammou’ in the southern part of Hebron, and took pictures of the local police stations and nearby houses and buildings.
Furthermore, soldiers intensified their presence in the village of Beit Ummar after a Molotov Cocktail was hurled at a military tower near the entrance of the village.
The Israeli army later installed roadblocks on the entrance of the villages of Halhoul and Farsh al-Hawa.