Israeli soldiers invaded, on Monday afternoon, the villages of Atteel, Dir al-Ghsoun, and Sheika area, north of Tulkarem, and arrested six residents, including a 14-year-oild child.

A local source in Tulkarem reported that soldiers forced the residents out of their homes after firing rounds of live ammunition in the air, and using loud speakers calling them out before forcedly breaking into the homes, and arrested six residents.

The arrested residents were identified as Abdul-Rahman Na’alwa, 22, Rashid Abdul-Raheem Ikbariyya, 26, Ma’moun Idhiliyya, 28, all from Shweika area, Majd Abdul-Salam Jandab, 14, from Dir al-Ghsoun, Mohammad Sameer Doqqa, 18, from Atteel, and Imad Sa’id abu Haniyya, 39 from Tulkarem.

Also, soldiers invaded al-Sha’rawiyya area in Tulkarem on Sunday at night, and closed the main street which connects it with villages in the north; dozens of residents were held and interrogated for several hours, no arrests.