The Israeli army invaded the village of Rumanah located west of Jenin city in the northern part of the West Bank on Monday morning and abducted ten Palestinian civilians.

A massive number of Israeli army armored vehicle stormed Rumanah, eyewitnesses reported. Soldiers opened fire randomly at residents' cars and houses and conducted a wide scale house to house search campaign. Local sources reported no injures among residents but reported damage to houses.

During the attack ten civilians from the village were abducted and taken to an unknown detention camp. Among those ten were Ahamd bushnak, aged 35, Tha'er Ighbariah, 25, Mohamed Ighbariah, 22, Ibraheem Al Sanur, 25, Ahmad, 20, and Mohamed 19, and Bilal Amru, 19, and his brother Jamal, 27.