Israeli soldiers abducted, earlier Thursday, two Palestinians, demolished a wall and confiscated a shed, in Hebron governorate, in southern West Bank.
Media sources said several army jeeps invaded the towns of ath-Thaheriyya and Yatta, south of Hebron, before the soldiers stormed and ransacked homes, and abducted two young men.
They added that the soldiers abducted Bassam Eid Hawarin, from his home in ath-Thaheriyya, and Azzam Khalil Shehda, from Yatta.
The soldiers also installed roadblocks on roads leading to ath-Thaheriyya, in addition to Hebron city and the al-Fawwar refugee camp, before stopping and searching dozens of cars, and interrogated many Palestinians while inspecting their ID cards.
Furthermore, the soldiers demolished a wall, surrounding a private Palestinian land of twelve dunams, near the al-Hijra village, and owned by Palestinians from al-Kbeiji family, allegedly for being built without a permit from the Israeli side.
The soldiers also confiscated a shed owned by a resident of the al-Hijra village.