The Israeli army invaded the West Bank cities of Nablus, Ramallah, Jenin, Tubas and Bethlehem on Tuesday morning, as reported by local sources.

The Israeli army invaded Balata refugee camp east of Nablus with a large number of military vehicles, spreading throughout the camp, ransacking several houses and seizing thirteen civilians. They are reported to have shot grenades, sound bombs and live rounds.

Simultaneously, the Israeli army invaded Petunia village south of Ramallah and kidnapped two civilians after searching houses in the village.

In the West Bank city of Jenin Israeli troops raided Kabatia village and took three civilians to unknown detention camps. Eye witnesses reported that troops harassed civilians whilst they ransacked several houses in the village

A number of Israeli military vehicles and helicopters entered the city of Tubas, with troops moving through the city and reportedly demolishing farmlands, crops and vegetable markets.

Finally, the Israeli army invaded Al Khader village south of Bethlehem, where they searched several houses but no kidnappings were reported.