Israeli army continues its invasions into the Palestinian territories Wednesday morning as Israeli troops invaded the West Bank village of Biet Wazen, west of Nablus. Three residents were arrested. Eyewitnesses reported that special units of the army disguised in civilian clothes, accompanied by twenty armored vehicles, invaded and surrounded the village and forced  its residents to stay in their homes. Soldiers then broke into several homes and started a wide-scale of search in them.
One of the homes broken into belonged to Mahmoud Abu Aisha.  Three residents were arrested for not having correct identity cards. The arrestees were identified as Naseem Abu Aisha and one of his relatives who identified as Anas Khateeb, who works with the Palestinian security forces, while the third arrestee was unknown.