On Wednesday night, Israeli soldiers invaded the village of Husan, west of Bethlehem in the occupied West Bank, and attacked property, leading to protests.

Rami Hamamra, the head of Husan Village Council, said the colonizers invaded the Al-Matina area, in the eastern part of the village, and closed streets, leading to protests.

Hamara added that the soldiers fired sporadic rounds of live fire, rubber-coated steel bullets, and gas bombs.

Earlier Wednesday, the soldiers invaded the eastern and the western areas of the village and demolished two stores.

In related news, illegal paramilitary Israeli colonizers burnt large areas of Palestinian lands, electricity poles, closed roads leading to farmlands, and fired live rounds at the Palestinians in Yasuf village, east of Salfit, in the occupied West Bank’s central part.