The Israeli army invaded the cities of Tubas, Jenin and the nearby village of Tammoun, in the northern part of the West Bank and took three residents prisoner on Tuesday morning.


The Israeli army invaded Tubass city in the northern West Bank, during the early morning hours and installed several checkpoints in and around the city.

Soldiers stopped and searched civilian cars and checked residents' ID cards, eyewitnesses reported. In the meantime, Nabeh Bani Odah from Tubas was taken prisoner while crossing the Israeli military checkpoint between Tubass and the nearby Tulkarem city.

Bani Odah works as a security officer in the Palestinian Authority security forces in Tubass.

Also on Tuesday morning, local sources in the village of Tammoun, north of Tubass city in the West Bank, reported that soldiers stationed at a military checkpoint at the Tulkarem Tubas road took prisoner Abdullah Abdul-Walli, 30.

The sources added that he works as a Palestinian police officer in the West Bank city of Jenin.

Israeli forces invaded the refugee camp located In the city of Jenin on Tuesday morning, opened fire at residents' houses and searched and ransacked a number of them before taking Ahmad Abu Khalifa, 35, to an unknown location, local sources reported.