Palestinian medical sources have reported that dozens of residents, including an infant, have been injured and that at least two people were kidnapped, in a series of military invasions into the southern West Bank district of Hebron, late on Monday night, and on Tuesday at dawn.Medical spokesperson of the Popular Resistance Committee in Hebron, Mohammad Awad, stated that two Palestinians, identified as Mohab Jawdat ‘Aady, 18, and Baha’ Awni Ekhlayyel, 19, were shot in their legs by rounds of live ammunition, and were moved to a local medical center.
The two were injured during clashes that took place when dozens of soldiers invaded the Safa area, north of Beit Ummar town.
Several Palestinians suffered the effects of tear gas inhalation, and many were hit by rubber-coated metal bullets.
The soldiers also blocked several roads in different parts of the district.
In addition, dozens of soldiers invaded the home of resident Mahmoud Bregheeth, after detonating the front door and violently searching the property, causing excessive damage.
In Hebron city, soldiers kidnapped Hani Abdul-Karim Zghayer, 19, and Yahya Nasser Ed-Deen, after searching their homes.
Also, an infant, identified as Bara’ Bilal al-Qawasmi, 40 days of age, was injured when the soldiers detonated the main door of his family’s home. He was shot by glass fragments to various parts of his body.
In related news, a young Palestinian man was injured after being rammed by a settler’s car, in the Jaber neighborhood of Hebron city.
Eyewitnesses told WAFA that the settler deliberately targeted, Ashraf Nouh Edrees, 28, and fled the scene.
The extent of injuries remain unknown as Israeli soldiers moved the wounded Palestinian, either to a military base, or to a hospital; no further information was provided.