Israeli troops have evicted two elderly Palestinian women from their home and sealed off their property in the occupied West Bank.
According to locals, Israeli forces raided the home of Zuheira Oweida Dandis, 80, and Amal Dandis, 52, in al-Khalil (Hebron) on Monday, forcing them to leave.
Israeli forces claimed that the move was for security reasons, without giving further information.
On Sunday, Israeli troops killed two Palestinians and injured at least 22 more during clashes in the town of Rahat in the Negev desert.
The violence broke out during a funeral for Sami al-Ja’ar, a young Palestinian Bedouin who was shot dead by Israeli forces near a junction between the cities of Bethlehem and al-Khalil on January 14.
Israeli forces attacked the mourners, firing toxic teargas at them.
Over the recent months the Israeli regime has intensified crackdown on Palestinians.
A large number of Palestinians, including minors, have recently been arrested. More than 7,000 Palestinians are reportedly incarcerated in 17 Israeli prisons and detention camps.
Among the Palestinian prisoners are 18 women, 250 children, 1,500 ailing individuals, mostly in a critical condition, and 540 Palestinians held without any trial under the so-called administrative detention.