The Israeli army invaded the village of Beita south of the West Bank city of Nablus, arrested two residents and turned a house into a military post, Thursday morning.

Ihssan Adly, 50, who works as a Palestinian Authority national security officer, was arrested along with his son after troops searched their home, both were taken to unknown locations, the family reported.

Soldiers took over a house in the village, detaining the family in one room before using the roof as a military post, local sources reported.