Many Israeli military vehicles invaded, on Tuesday night after midnight, several areas in Bethlehem governorate, south of occupied Jerusalem in the West Bank, before the soldiers stormed and searched homes and stores, in addition to inspecting surveillance recordings.
Local sources said dozens of soldiers invaded the villages of Jouret ash-Sham’a, Um Salmouna, Marah Rabah, and al-Manshiyya near Teqoua town, southeast of Bethlehem.
They added that the soldiers broke into and violently searched many shops and homes, and interrogated several Palestinians while inspecting their ID cards.
They added that the soldiers also inspected surveillance recordings in the invaded properties, while the army also surrounded many areas and installed roadblocks. There have been no reports of protests, injuries, or abductions during the invasions.
On Tuesday at night, the soldiers injured many Palestinians in the eastern area of Nablus city, in the northern part of the occupied West Bank.
On Tuesday evening, the soldiers abducted a former political prisoner, and detained six farmers from one family, in two separate incidents near Jenin, in northern West Bank.
Also on Tuesday evening, the soldiers shot a young Palestinian man, before abducting him near Hebron city, in the southern part of the occupied West Bank. The army also prevented international diplomats from entering Shuhada Street in Hebron.