The Israeli Forces invaded the West Bank city of Nablus Monday morning, arresting two residents as soldiers opened fired at a journalist’s car.

Troops stormed the city and conducted a wide scale search campaign before arresting Moahmed KLalil, 18, and Mohamed Abu Salhia, 23, and taking them to an unknown location, eyewitnesses reported.

Meanwhile soldiers opened fire at Hassan Al Titi, who works as a journalist for Al Jazeera TV and Reuters. According to Al Tiiti, he was documenting the troops searches to the residents homes in the city when they opened fire at his car which was marked as a press car. He escaped without injuries but his car was damage .