Six Palestinian civilians were taken prisoners by the Israeli army in morning invasions to several parts of the West Bank on Friday.

In Ya'bod village near Jenin, in the northern part of the West Bank, army stormed villagers' houses and took three residents from the village to an unknown destination, eyewitnesses reported.

The arrested resident was identified as Ata Abu Sabiha, 20.

In Ramallah city, Israeli forces abducted two residents allegedly for being Islamic Jihad members, while in Nablus city one civilian was taken as prisoner  the army after the army conducted military searches in the city, local sources reported.

Several army jeeps and bulldozers stormed the city of Nablus and the nearby Balata refugee camp, soldiers fired rounds of live ammunition and sound bombs at residents houses.