Israeli soldiers invaded, on Tuesday at dawn, Beit Fajjar town, south of Bethlehem, and kidnapped one Palestinian. The soldiers also invaded Rashayda village, east of Bethlehem, and handed demolition orders targeting two barns.
The soldiers invaded Beit Fajjar, before breaking into and searching a few homes, and kidnapped Mohammad Ja’far Taqatqa, 25.
The invasion led to clashes between the soldiers and local youths, who hurled stones on the military vehicles, while the army fired gas bombs and concussion grenades.
In addition, the soldiers invaded Rashayda village, east of Bethlehem, and handed demolition orders targeting two barns, allegedly for being built near a “military zone.”
Local sources said the orders were handed to Ali Odah and Farhan Ali Rashayda, and that the two residents use the sheds to for their sheep in this grazing area.
Fawwaz Rashayda, the head of the Rashayda Village Council, said the soldiers have been targeting the shepherds in this area, known as Rajm an-Naqa, and that the barns are located in Palestinian lands that were declared by the army as a closed military zone.
In The Gaza Strip, several israeli military bulldozers and tanks invaded Palestinian lands, east of Gaza City, and fired several live rounds.
The soldiers also installed several sand hills, in the area that faces the border fence, and a military base.