Sunday morning, Israeli troops invaded the northern West Bank city of Nablus and took two residents prisoners, eyewitnesses reported.

Soldiers broke into the homes of Ibrahim Al Mazni, and Ali Al Hmoud, searched their houses and took them prisoners, local sources added.

Also, troops install several additional checkpoint in the area, placed sandhills overnight and imposed curfew barring the residents from leaving their houses.

Army sources claimed that soldiers were searching for “wanted residents”.