The sources said Fatima Ismael Roshdi, 70 years of age, suffered a heart attack after dozens of soldiers stormed her home, in the al-‘Arroub refugee camp, north of Hebron, and ransacked it, causing excessive property damage. She was moved to a local hospital in a critical condition, and died later on.
Soldiers also shot and wounded resident Ismael Ahmad al-Hawamda, 44, cuffed and kidnapped him, before moving him to the Soroka Israeli hospital in Beersheba.
Two brothers, identified as Rami and Amir Faidy al-Qasrawi, have also been kidnapped in Hebron city, after the soldiers stormed several homes.
In addition, dozens of soldiers invaded the al-Arroub refugee camp, and initiated extensive searches of homes, and property, after cutting the camp’s power supply.
Clashes took place following the invasion, while resident Dia Ibrahim al-Badawi, 22, was shot by a rubber-coated metal bullet in the head.
The army also kidnapped two brothers, identified as Sa’id, 22, and Ismael Thieb Hajajra, 25.