Friday at dawn, Israeli troops invaded the Balata refugee camp, in the West Bank city of Nablus, in an attempt to arrested “wanted” resistance fighters and exchanged fire with them, Palestinian and Israeli sources reported.

A Local source in the camp reported that soldiers exchanged fired with senior fighters of the Al Aqsa Brigades, the military wing of Fateh movement and managed to arrest three.  

Meanwhile, an Israeli military source reported that troops have been operating in Balata refugee camp since the night hours in an attempt to arrest fighters, exchanged fire with them and injured three before arresting them.
Elsewhere in Nablus, Palestinian resistance fighters opened fire at soldiers after invading an area in the city, no injuries were reported.

Troops, backed by 30 military vehicles invaded Nablus overnight and blocked three main access roads leading to it before imposing curfew; several houses were searched.

Dozens of roadblocks were installed in several roads leading to Nablus and its surrounding villages and towns.