Israeli soldiers abducted, on Tuesday at dawn, one Palestinian, and searched many homes, in the southern Wes Bank city of Hebron, and Yatta town west of the city.
Several army jeeps invaded Abu Sneina neighborhood, in the southern part of Hebron city, and abducted Na’el Ahmad Abu Hussein, 59, after violently searching his home.
His family said the soldiers caused excessive property damage to their furniture and belongings, and that the army also used dogs in the search, reportedly “looking for weapons.”
The soldiers also violently searched the homes of his sons Fadel, Khader, Ramadan and Yousef.
Furthermore, the soldiers invaded and searched the homes of two former political prisoners, identified as Ahmad Omar Abu Hussein and Sa’id Mustafa Abu Hussein.
In addition, many army jeeps invaded Jabal Abu Romman area, southwest of Hebron city, and searched the homes of Kathem al-Qasrawi and Azzam Abu Aisha.
In addition, the soldiers invaded Yatta town, south of Hebron, and searched the homes of Zoheir Abu Zahra, causing damage.