The Israeli army invaded the West Bank city of Nablus, attacked residents' homes, then took prisoner three residents on Monday at dawn.

Troops attackled scores of houses in several neighborhoods in the city and ransacked and searched residents' belongings before taking Hashem Abu Zalat, 19, Mohamed Hashem, 18, and Rami Abu Ja'sa, 19, to unknown locations.

Residents reported that troops attacked locals who were in the streets with live rounds and sound bombs during the invasion, and one army bulldozer intentionally damaged some streets.

In the meantime, another army force invaded the nearby Huwwara town and imposed a curfew. Residents were not allowed to leave their houses, which caused school kids to miss classes today. Residents said that the town is still under curfew.