Monday morning, Israeli soldiers invaded the village of Beit Reema, west of the West Bank city of Ramallah, surrounded a house and burned part of it before arresting four members of the Al Aqsa Brigades, the military wing of Fateh.Eyewitnesses reported that more than ten military vehicles invaded the village and surrounded the house of Khaled Zaghloul Khateeb before break into it.

Soldiers, using excessive force, forced the residents out of the house and searched it, damage was reported.

Four members of the Al Aqsa Brigades were arrested after the soldiers found them in a room adjacent to the attacked house.

The four were identified as Wahba Al Reemawi, 25, Ali Al Reemawi, 21, Firas Al Reemawi, 24, and his brother Ibrahim, 21.

Army claims that the four are responsible for carrying several attacks against soldiers and settlers in the area.

Neighbors Al Khateeb reported that the soldiers used excessive force against the residents of the house and forced them out after firing rounds of live ammunition at the furniture, and burnt the room where the four members were hiding.

Soldiers also detained Sami Falah Al Barghouthi, 27, for one hour and released him; Al Barghouthi was present at the attacked house.

Also, soldiers broke into the house of Fathiyya Al Reemawi, the mayor of Beit Reema, and used it as a military post and monitoring tower; the house is adjacent to the house of Khateeb. 

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