The Israeli army took two prisoners during an invasion in the West Bank city of Nablus, Monday at dawn.

The invasion targeted Balata refugee camp and the nearby village of Rojeeb, in which troops stormed residents’ houses and ransacked them, local sources reported.

The two were identified as Nasser Al Ka’bi, 18, and Ahmad Dowikat, 22. Both were taken to unknown locations, though the army did not give any reason for their abduction.

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