Israeli soldiers invaded, on Thursday evening, Bil’in village near the West Bank city of Ramallah, forced the residents and peace activists out of the homes.

Twenty military jeeps and dozens of soldiers on foot invaded the village, for the third night and conducted house-to-house search, International Solidarity Movement reported.

Dozens of residents, Israeli and international peace activists present in the village, poured out of the homes and chanted against the occupation and the Israeli procedures.

Soldiers withdrew from the village leaving behind a list of “wanted” Palestinian peace activists from the village.

Abdullah Abu Rahma, coordinator of Popular Committee against the Wall, said that the non-violence resistance against the occupation, wall and settlements will continue “even if the soldiers continue arresting our sons, and use their weapons against us”.