During pre-dawn invasions, the Israeli Army arrested seven residents from several cities in the West Bank on Thursday, claiming they were "wanted people."

The two residents who were arrested in Rammallah and the two others who were arrested in Bethlehem were all said to be either Hamas, Fatah or Islamic Jihad activists, Israeli sources reported.

In the city of Hebron, troops arrested three residents, algedly Islamic Jihad activists, during an invasion to the city and claimed that soldiers found weapons during the arrests, the sources added.