Israeli troops invaded, on Monday morning, the village of Beit Reema, west of the West Bank city of Ramallah, and arrested four residents.
Soldiers stormed the village and conducted wide scale house-to-house search to the resident’s homes after forcing them of their homes at gun point, local sources reported.
The arrestees were identified as Wahba Al Reemawi, 25, Ali Al Reemawi, 21, Firas Al Reemawi, 24, and his brother Ibrahim, 21.
Army claims that the arrestees are members of the Al Aqsa martyrs brigades, the armed wing of Fateh.
Also troops occupied several houses and used them as military posts and monitoring towers; one of the occupied homes belongs to Fathia Al Reemawi, the mayor of the village.