Israeli soldiers have kidnapped, on Monday at dawn, at least eight Palestinians in massive invasions of homes, in different parts of the southern West Bank district of Hebron, and injured one Palestinian in Doura town, south of Hebron city.

Media sources said the soldiers invaded several neighborhoods in Doura town, searched many homes and kidnapped four Palestinians, identified as Hazem Jabara, Ibrahim Abu Sharar, 45, Mohammad Abdul-Majid Amayra and his brother Ahmad.

The soldiers also invaded the Shorafa area, in Doura town, and clashed with many Palestinians, who hurled stones at the invading vehicles, especially after the soldiers surrounded a mosque, and demanded many youngsters to step out.

One Palestinian was shot with a live round in his leg, while many worshipers suffered the effects of tear gas inhalation.

In addition, the soldiers invaded Bani Neim town, east of Hebron, searched several homes and kidnapped two Palestinians, identified as Tamer Abu Luay Tarayra, the brothers of Mohammad Tarayra, who was killed by the army on Thursday, June 30th, after he stabbed and killed a 13-year-old Israeli child in Keryat Arba’ colony, before he was shot dead.

Their sister, Lara Nasser Tarayra, 22, was kidnapped by the soldiers, Sunday.

The soldiers also invaded Be’er al-Mahjar area, in Hebron city, kidnapped Mohammad Jabara al-Faqeeh, 36, and confiscated his car.

Another Palestinian, identified as Ala’ Ghazi Qa’qour, 34, was kidnapped after the soldiers invaded his home, and searched it, in Tarqoumia town, west of Hebron.

It is worth mentioning that the towns of Bani Neim, Sammoa’, Doura and Yatta, in addition to the al-Fawwar refugee camp, remained under strict Israeli siege and massive home invasions, for the fourth consecutive day.

The soldiers closed all of their main roads with roadblocks, and in many other areas with concrete blocks, and confiscated various surveillance tapes and equipment.

On Sunday at night and on Monday at dawn, the soldiers kidnapped at least fifteen Palestinians in different parts of the occupied West Bank, including in occupied Jerusalem, during massive invasions and searches of homes.