Local sources reported that about ten Israeli military vehicles invaded the West Bank city of Nablus Sunday morning, and proceeded to Tunisia Street.

The troops surrounded a four-story building, broke into one of the apartments, and took Mohamed Rabai'a, 28, as a prisoner after detaining his brother for over an hour.

The Israeli military has accused Rabai'a of being associated with the Abu-Ammar Brigades, a fairly new Palestinian resistance group that is loosely affiliated with the Fateh Party.

A local correspondent with Ma'an News Agency reported that the military vehicles and soldiers withdrew from Nablus after taking Rabai'a prisoner, and no further clashes were reported.