Israeli soldiers injured, on Wednesday at dawn, a wheelchair-bound Palestinian man, and his wife, in the West Bank city of Bethlehem, after storming their home, and summoned their son for interrogation.
The soldiers surrounded the home of Mohammad Abdullah al-Hreimi, a 59 years of age wheelchair-bound man, and kicked the front door while his wife, 50, was trying to open it, causing several wounds to her face and throwing her onto the ground.
The soldiers then stormed the home and continuously struck and beat her husband, Mohammad, while he was sitting in his wheelchair.
The family called for an ambulance, but the soldiers stopped it and forced it away.
Furthermore, the soldiers summoned their son, Mohammad, 20, for interrogation in Etzion military base and security center, south of Bethlehem.
In related news, dozens of soldiers invaded an apartment building in Doha town, west of Bethlehem, and detonated many main doors, before violently searching the property, causing excessive damage.
Many youngsters hurled stones and empty bottles at the invading army, while the soldiers fired live rounds and gas bombs.