A young man was injured by the explosion of a mine left over from the occupation in the town of Al-Samou, and three other citizens were arrested from Hebron and Beit Ummar.

Security sources reported that the young man, Sanad Khalil Muhammad Al-Rawashda, was injured yesterday evening by the explosion of a mine left over from the occupation in the town of Al-Samou, south of Hebron, which resulted in the amputation of his hand.
In another context, the occupation forces arrested the young Mohi El-Din Ghaith (18 years) at the 60th military checkpoint in the southern area of   Hebron, under the pretext that he had a knife.

The occupation forces also raided the town of Beit Ummar, north of Hebron, and arrested the young Battalion Nader Muhammad Al-Alami (19 years) and Abdullah Ali Zaqeq (20 years) after searching their homes and tampering with their contents.