Israeli army invaded the village of Hussan near the West Bank city of Bethlehem, on Saturday morning, and arrested seven residents, local sources reported.

Soldiers invaded the village after clashing with youth at the settlement’s road, which was constructed on land annexed from the villagers, and arrested seven.

Five of the arrested residents were identified as Mohamed Zaol, 20, khatab Hamamra, 16, Mohamed Shosha, 21, Aref Sbateen, 18, and his brother Ahmad, 16, all arrestees were taken to unknown destination.