The Israeli armed forces arrested six residents in a massive military invasion to the West Bank city of Nablus Tuesday at dawn.
Massive army forces enterd the city and the nearby Balata and Al Ein Refugee camp. Soldiers used sound bombs and live rounds as a cover for them, eyewitnesses reported.
Soldiers searched scores of homes in several parts of the city and the two refugee camp before arresting the six residents and took them to unknown locations.
Among the arrested are Yasser Kaldonah, 18, Abd Al Haleem Daowed, 19, Ahmad Abu Rizek, 25, Tahssen Kalionah, 18, Hamza Al Basstami, 25, and Daowed Makawi, 30, local sources reported.