Thursday at night, Israeli soldiers invaded West Bank city of Bethlehem and arrested a resident, said to be a member of the Al Aqsa Brigades, the military wing of Fateh movement, Palestine News Agency reported.

Troops, supported by eleven military vehicles invaded Bethlehem through the nearby city of Beit Sahour, and through the northern entrance of Bethlehem, near Rachel Tomb, and drove through the streets until reaching Hindaza neighborhood, in Bethlehem.

Eyewitnesses reported that soldiers surrounded one home in Hindaza and ordered the residents to step out raising their hands over their heads, and arrested one resident identified as Ziad Dakhlallah, 31.

An Israeli military spokesperson claimed that Dakhlallah is wanted for the Israeli security since three years for membership in the brigades, and for carrying attacks against the Israeli army.