Israeli soldiers invaded, on Monday evening, the Shiokh town, northeast of the southern West Bank city of Hebron, and injured many Palestinians during clashes that took place after the invasion.

The Palestinian Red Crescent said the soldiers prevented its ambulances from entering the town to provide the needed treatment to the wounded Palestinians.

Later, the medics entered the town through alternate routes, without their ambulances, and provided the needed treatment to many Palestinians who were shot by rubber-coated steel bullets, and those who suffered the effects of tear gas inhalation.

The town, along with various communities in Hebron, has been subject to constant invasions over the past eleven days, after the army placed concrete blocks and sand hills on its main entrances, and occupied rooftops of several homes to use them as military towers.

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