Tuesday at dawn, May 21 2013, Palestinian sources reported that Israeli soldiers invaded the northern West Bank city of Nablus, broke into several homes and searched them before kidnapping four residents. Army also invaded Hebron, searched two homes, and handed out warrants for the destruction of residential structures.Local sources in Nablus reported that several Israeli military jeeps invaded the city, and drove into various neighborhoods before attacking a number of homes, and searching them.
The army kidnapped a Palestinian security officer identified as Khaled Mahmoud Al-‘Aasy, in addition to Khalil Taiseer Al-‘Aasy, Montaser Abu Aisha, and Adham Nassar Abu Aisha.
In related news, soldiers invaded several neighborhoods in the southern West Bank city of Hebron and the nearby town of Doura, and broke into two homes.
Troops invaded the southern area of the Hebron, broke into the home of Ziad Ar-Rajaby, and violently searched it causing property damage, and also invaded the At-Tabaqa area in Doura, and searched the home of resident Ayman Abu Atwan.
Furthermore, the army handed out warrants for the destruction of seven residential structures in Khirbit Um Al-Kheir village, in Yatta town, south of Hebron.
Rateb Jabour, coordinator of the Popular Committee against the Wall and Settlements in Yatta, stated that soldiers, security officers and personnel of the Israeli Civil Administration Authority, handed out warrants for the destruction of the structures under the pretext that they are close to the Karmiel settlement.