Dozens of Israeli soldiers invaded, Thursday, the Hamsa al-Fouqa area, near Tubas in central West Bank, and removed 19 Bedouin families from their dwelling, so that the army can conduct life fire training in their community.
The soldiers surrounded Abu Hamsa al-Fouqa area before invading it, and handed the military orders for the families before removing them.
The planned military drills, which will use live fire and artillery shells, will be held today, and again on Friday morning for five hours, starting at six in the morning.
The army frequently conducts live fire drills after displacing many Palestinian communities in the Jordan Valley and central West Bank.
Many Palestinians, including children have been injured, some killed, by unexploded objects dropped by the military during training.
On September 21st, the Israeli army ordered 15 Palestinian families to evacuate their homes in the northern Jordan Valley, paving the way for military maneuvers in the area.
On Thursday at dawn, dozens of Israeli military vehicles and jeeps invaded Hebron city and several nearby areas and towns, searched many homes and installed roadblocks.
On Thursday morning, the soldiers installed several surveillance cameras on the western entrance of Teqoua’ town, east of the West Bank city of Bethlehem.
Also Thursday morning, the soldiers opened fire on several Palestinian farmers, working on their own lands, east of Deir al-Balah, in central Gaza.
On Thursday at dawn, Israeli soldiers and uncover officers invaded the town of Silwad, east of the central West Bank city of Ramallah, searched many homes and cars, and kidnapped a father and his son, who are also former political prisoners.