Israeli soldiers invaded on Wednesday morning that villages of Al Yamoun and Qabatia, near the West Bank city of Jenin and arrested two members of the Islamic Jihad.The two members, who remained unidentified, were arrested after the soldiers broke into dozens of homes in the two villages and searched them.

Dozens of residents were detained and interrogated for several hours.

Soldiers closed the entrances of the two villages and barred the residents from entering or leaving them.

In Nablus, two residents were arrested during a military invasion in Balata refugee camp.

In a separate invasion to the West Bank city of Tulkarem, soldiers broke into several houses, including a house of one Hamas activist, and searched them; no arrests were reported.

Also, soldiers invaded Jensafut village, near Tulkarem, and demolished one house and a barracks. Army claims that the demolished buildings were illegally  constructed.  

Two residents were arrested in the West Bank city of Hebron after soldiers stormed Namrah area, south of the city, launched a search campaign into number of houses.