At dawn on Wednesday, Israeli soldiers invaded several towns near the northern West Bank city of Jenin and fired rounds of live ammunition into the air before breaking into and searching several homes. Several invasions in other parts of the West Bank also occured.Local sources reported that dozens of Israeli soldiers, accompanied by armored vehicles, invaded Al-Yamoun town firing flares into the air and searching an industrial area.

Soldiers also invaded Zabbouba town and broke into several homes located near the edge of the town before installing a roadblock at the main entrance and searching dozens of vehicles while interrogating the occupants.

The Israeli army also installed a roadblock at the main entrance of Kafr Dan village, on the Jenin-Jaffa Road, interrogated several residents while inspecting their ID cards, and searched dozens of vehicles.

Eyewitnesses stated that soldiers also invaded the Al-Widyan area, located between Sielet Al-Harthiyya and Ta’nak villages.

The soldiers further invaded the downtown area of Broqeen town and fired lives of live ammunition into the air.

In related news, Israaeli soldiers invaded Al-Baq’a area, east of the West Bank city of Hebron, and demolished a well that belongs to resident Sa’id Jaber.
Residents in the area said that they fear the army intends to demolish agricultural pits used by dozens of villagers.

On Tuesday at dawn, Israeli soldiers invaded several other towns and neighborhoods in Hebron, including Al-Fawwar refugee camp, the towns of Bani Neim and Yatta, Wad Al-Harya area, Al-Fahs area, and Wad Abu As-Somman area.

Soldiers also detained several residents in the Old City of Hebron, and forced them against the walls for several hours before releasing them.

The army also blockaded the main junction that connects Wad Al-Qiff and Jouret Bahlas areas with the northern part of Hebron.

It is worth mentioning that on Tuesday at dawn, Israeli soldiers kidnapped 23 Palestinians in different parts of the occupied West Bank, and took them to unknown destinations.