Israeli soldiers arrested, on Monday at dawn, six Palestinian residents in several West Bank areas, and installed roadblocks near Jenin, Hebron and Nablus completely closing them.

The WAFA news agency reported that soldiers invaded on Monday at dawn the village of Azoun, east of the wets Bank city of Qalqilia and arrested two residents.
Soldiers closed the entrances of the village after invading it, broke into several homes, and arrested Mofeed Ismail Radwan, 18, and Salah Baseem Shbeita, 19 years old.
Also on Monday at dawn, Israeli armored vehicles and military jeeps, invaded the West Bank city of Tubas through its eastern entrance, and arrested Mohammad Sawafta after surrounding and breaking into his home.
Soldiers installed roadblocks in the city, detained and interrogated several residents.
Three other residents were arrested in separate invasions in the west Bank villages of Beit Furik near Nablus and Dura near Hebron on Monday before dawn.
Soldiers broke into dozens of homes in Jenin and Jenin refugee camp. Army source claimed soldiers were attempting to arrest wanted resistance fighters.
An Israeli military source reported that resistance fighters fired at Israeli troops operating in Jenin after invading it, no injuries were reported.
Dozens of roadblocks were installed near Jenin, Hebron and Nablus, and other areas completely restricting the movement of the residents.
Israeli soldiers arrested over the last two months more than at least 700 Palestinian residents in the West Bank.
Army arrests three Palestinians in West Bank invasions

George Rishmawi-IMEMC & Agencies
Three Palestinian have been arrested during an Israeli army invasion to the west Bank villages of Beit Furik near Nablus and Dura near Hebron on Monday before dawn, Israeli sources reported.
Two of the arrested belong to the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine, (PFLP), one in Beit Furik and the second in Dura.  The third is an Islamic Jihad operative and was arrested in a village southwest of Nablus.
In a separate incident, Palestinians opened fire on Israeli army troops operating in Jenin overnight, Israel radio reported. No injuries were reported.
In the Gaza Strip, two Palestinians were wounded on Sunday when a home-made shell aimed at Israeli target mistakenly hit a house in the town of Dir al-Balah.
Israeli sources said that some 40 home-made shells were fired at Israeli targets from the Gaza Strip, since the assassination of Luay Al-Sa’adi one of the Islamic Jihad operatives, last week.  According to the source, only eight of these shells landed outside the Gaza Strip, causing no damage or casualties.