Israeli army troops invaded the village of Beit Fajar, south of the West Bank city of Bethlehem, arresting 10 residents there Monday morning.

After more than 20 armored vehicles invaded the village, soldiers conducted wide-scale house-to-house searches of the residents’ houses, eyewitnesses reported.

Troops arrested 10 residents identified as Mohamed Takatka, 23, Nedal Takatka, 26, Mohamed Adnan, 17, Mahmod Takatka, 20, Mohamed  Hamdi, 21, Mohamed Salah, 23, Khaldon Takatka, 28 and Islam Thawabta, 21, local sources reported.