On Friday, Israeli soldiers attacked many Palestinians and international peace activists before detaining three internationals in the southern West Bank city of Hebron.

Media sources said the international activists were on a solidarity tour with the indigenous Palestinians in the Tal Romeida area in the center of Hebron before the soldiers attacked them.

The activity came just a week after illegal Israeli colonizers attacked many Palestinians and their property in Tal Romeida.

The sources added that the soldiers assaulted many Palestinians, including two identified as Bassam Abu Aisha and Ezzat Al-Karaki.

The soldiers also attacked and detained three international peace activists before declaring the entire area a “closed military zone” to force the Palestinians and the international peace activists out while allowing the illegal colonizers to march and roam freely.