Israeli soldiers invaded, on Tuesday at dawn, the town of Yatta, near the southern West Bank city of Hebron, broke into and searched several homes, and abducted three residents.Rateb al-Jabour, Coordinator of the Popular Committee Against the Wall and Settlements, stated to the Palestinian News & Info Agency, WAFA, that the army took Amjad Mohammad al-Jundi, 20 years old, his twin brother, Monjid, and Ahmad Moneer Abu Arram, 19.
Soldiers also searched several homes in Yatta and the nearby ath-Thahiriyya town; some of the owners of the invaded homes were identified as Khaled, Ali and Mohammad al-Jundi, and Ali Shanior.
Also on Tuesday at dawn, soldiers invaded Tiaseer village, near the central West Bank city of Tubas, broke into and searched several homes. No arrests were reported.
The army forced the residents out of their homes and interrogated them, WAFA reported.
Four of the owners of the invaded homes were identified as Fawzi and his brother Khaled ‘Eleyyan Daraghma, Khaled Adel Daraghma, and Fayeq Ahmad Sbeih.
In related news, soldiers stationed at the main gate of Khirbit Jabbara village, south of the northern West Bank city of Tulkarem, stopped and searched dozens of Palestinian cars, including the use of trained dogs. The army also interrogated several residents, local sources reported.
The recent invasions and arrests are part of the ongoing Israeli violations against the Palestinians in the occupied Palestinian territories, including occupied East Jerusalem.