Israeli soldiers invaded on Wednesday at dawn the West Bank city of Jenin and its nearby villages of Al Zababda and Kufur Ra’ey, and arrested three young men after breaking into their houses and searching them.
A local source in Jenin reported that soldiers broke into the city in the early morning hours and broke into a number of homes before arresting a 23-year-old resident.
In a similar invasion of Al Zababda town to the southeast of Jenin, soldiers fired sound bombs and gas canisters at the villagers’ homes.
In Kufur Ra’ey village, southwest of Jenin city, soldiers invaded the town center in more than ten army jeeps and searched a number of homes before arresting two teenagers.
Local sources reported that the soldiers fired rounds of live ammunition at the houses causing damage. The three arrestees were handcuffed, blindfolded and taken to an unknown destination.
Dozens of roadblocks were installed in Jenin area barring the reisdents from crossing while dozens of them were held and interrogated at these checkpoints for several hours.