Israeli soldiers invaded, on Monday at dawn, the al-‘Arroub refugee camp, north of the southern West Bank city of Hebron, and Budrus town, northwest of the central West Bank city of Ramallah, searched many homes and abducted four Palestinians.
Media sources in Hebron said the soldiers invaded the al-‘Arroub refugee camp from several directions, before breaking into many homes and violently searching them.
The soldiers then abducted two Palestinians, both former political prisoners, identified as Mohannad Jaber Abu Sil and Ahmad Abdul-Rahman Abu Sil.
In addition, the soldiers invaded Budrus town, northwest of Ramallah, also searched homes and abducted two Palestinians, identified as Mos’ab Sami Awad, 23, and his cousin Ahmad Yousef Awad, 20.
The soldiers illegally confiscated seven mobile phones and cash from the two invaded homes, while searching them.
Furthermore, the soldiers invaded a lathe workshop, owned by Khalil Hashem Natsha, in Duwwar ar-Rahma area in Hebron city, and searched it causing damage.
In addition, the army installed roadblocks at Hebron’s northern and southern roads, in addition to the main roads leading to the ath-Thaheriyya and Yatta towns, stopped and searched dozens of cars and inspected the ID cards of the passengers while interrogating some of them.