Israeli army arrested two Palestinians on Sunday after storming the town of Dora, south of Hebron, during predawn hours, according to security sources.
They told WAFA an army force broke into the town and arrested Khaled al-Fasfous, 28, and Ihab Sweti, 35, before leading them to an unknown destination.
Meanwhile, army set a number of flying checkpoints at the entrance ways to the nearby town of Dahiriya, while they also raided and searched a house in the town, yet no further arrests were reported.
In the meantime, an Israeli army force stormed the village of Kisan, east of Bethlehem, and proceeded to raze a Palestinian owned land, reported the village’s mayor, Hussein Gazal.
Gazal said the Israeli procedure was a prelude for building an Israeli factory on the land, noting that such action will disconnect the village from nearby Palestinian towns and neighborhoods.