Israeli soldiers invaded, on Monday evening, the Aida refugee camp, north of the West Bank city of Bethlehem, broke into homes, and destroyed doors of a number of stores, before searching them.Local sources said the soldiers damaged the doors of a number of shops, and a car repair garage, and violently searched them causing excessive property damage.

The sources added that the soldiers destroyed and removed the doors by tying them with iron chains attached to their armored vehicles.

In addition, soldiers invaded three homes, belonging to Mohammad Ahmad al-Ghoushi, Mousa Monir Ja’ara and Jamil Jawarish, before searching and ransacking them.