Israeli army forces continued its siege and imposed curfew for the second day on Bita village north the West Bank city of Nablus, Tuesday morning.

More than 20 army vehicles and Troops stormed the village searched several houses and forced residents including women and children to leave their houses under threat of the guns, also soldiers took positions on the roof tops of the residents houses, eyewitnesses reported.  

The time of the military operation is not limited and it comes as a reaction to the resistance repeated attacks on settlers’ cars passing from the area, army source reported.