Israeli soldiers invaded the Jenin refugee camp, in Jenin in the northern part of the West Bank, and took three Palestinians prisoners.
One of the arestees is Mohammad Al Tubassy, one of the senior members of the Islamic Jihad.
Local sources in the camp reported that at least 30 military vehicles invaded the camp, and stormed into dozens of houses using them as military posts and monitoring towers.
Also, soldiers broke into the house of Mahmoud Al Sa’adi, one of the leaders of the Islamic Jihad, and threatened to take his family prisoners if he does not "surrender".
Troops interrogated the family of Al Sa’adi, and searched his house causing damage before breaking into neighbor homes and searching them.