Israeli soldiers invaded, Sunday, Sielet ath-Thaher town, south of the northern West Bank city of Jenin, before invading and violently searching many homes and stores.
As’ad Hantouli, the Mayor of Sielet ath-Thaher, told the WAFA Palestinian News Agency, that dozens of soldiers invaded the town, before storming into the homes and stores.
Hantouli added that the invasions and searches were mainly carried out in properties on the main street on the town, where the soldiers also interrogated many Palestinians while examining their ID cards.
Last week, the soldiers invaded the same area, also searched homes and stores, and confiscated surveillance recordings.
On Sunday at dawn, the soldiers invaded several Palestinian communities in the southern West Bank governorate of Hebron, searched and ransacked many homes, and abducted eight Palestinians, including two children, in addition to summoning four others for interrogation.
Also at dawn, the soldiers invaded several areas in the West Bank governorate of Bethlehem, stormed and violently searched homes, before abducting three Palestinians, and summoned one for interrogation.
Furthermore, the Israeli siege on Hizma town northeast of occupied Jerusalem, continued for the third consecutive day, after the soldiers installed military roadblock, and placed concrete blocks on the town’s entrances.
In the besieged Gaza Strip, Israeli navy ships opened fire on fishing boats, in Palestinian territorial waters, in the northern part of the coastal region.