Israeli forces invaded the northern West Bank city of Nablus and the nearby Ein Beit Al Ma'e refugee camp and abducted two Palestinian men on Tuesday morning.     

A massive force including two bulldozers invaded the down town area of Nablus and surrounded several neighborhoods, eyewitnesses reported. They added that soldiers forced the residents out of their houses before searching them.  

In the meantime another force attacked and searched residents' houses in the nearby Ein Beit Al Ma'e refugee camp. Soldiers abducted Ibraheem Abu Al Rish, 19, and Jalal Ghanamah, 20, after searching their families' houses in the camp, eyewitnesses reported. Moreover, Israeli soldiers also entered Balata refugee camp in Nablus and searched some houses there, but abducted no residents.  

The force left the city and the refugee camp leaving behind many destroyed shops and cars and damaged houses, sources in the city reported.