The Israeli army invaded the West Bank city of Nablus during a predawn invasion Tuesday, arresting five residents.

Troops stormed the city, searched and ransacked several homes, and forced several families out of their houses at gunpoint.

Among the arrested residents are Jamel Fatha, 22, Yousif Hamada, 21, Qayes Jara’a, 22, and Ahmad Hawoabra, 21. All were taken to unknown locations.

The army said they were targeting so called "Wanted Palestinians" by those arrests.

Late Monday night troops arrested Mohamed Yassen 17, at a military checkpoint south of Nablus while he was going back home from Al Najah National University.

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