Israeli forces, on Monday at dawn, broke into and raided Palestinian homes in the southern West Bank town of Yatta, tightening the siege that has been imposed on the town since Thursday.
The siege on Yatta followed the Tel Aviv shooting which was carried by two youths from the town, and saw four Israelis killed and several others injured.
The army closed the town entrances with sand hills, and even blockaded roads between several neighborhoods, just one day after the soldiers opened them.
In addition, forces carried out wide raids and interrogated Palestinians, especially in Roq’a area, Zeev and Susiya junctions.
Rateb Jabour, media coordinator of the Popular and National Committee in Hebron, said that the soldiers caused excessive property damage to some of the invaded homes, including those belonging to Mazen Yousef Jabour, Muhammad Khaled Issa Jabour and Ali Ismael Aqel.
The soldiers deliberately caused damage to windows, doors and furniture in the invaded homes, Jabour added.