HEBRON, September 7, 2013 (WAFA) – Israeli soldiers raided early Saturday Arroub refugee camp, north of Hebron, and spread terror in the camp when they ordered hundreds of people out of their homes and kept them out for several hours, according to local and security sources.
The soldiers broke into homes shortly after midnight, forced people to go outdoors while they searched homes destroying furniture and trashing personal belongings in the process.
The residents ordered to stay at the entrance of the camp until around five in the morning before they were allowed to return to their damaged homes, Abdul Lafit Abu Safieh, director of the camp, told WAFA.
He said the soldiers also threw tear gas grenades and stun bombs at the homes as they were leaving the camp.
No one was reportedly arrested in this campaign, whose reasons were not known.