Israeli army troops invaded Tulkarem, Nablus and Jenin on Tuesday at dawn and rendited eight civilians, as reported by local sources.
Israeli troops invaded Tulkarem with a number of military jeeps and launched a widespread search campaign among several neighborhoods. Troops searched, several houses kidnapping the total of six civilians and taking them to unknown detention camps.
In Nablus, a number of Israeli military vehicles invaded the city. Troops searched several houses and took two civilians to an unknown detention center before they withdrew from the city.
Troops also invaded Jenin; military vehicles drove through out the streets for a couple of hours then withdrew, no people were taken and the reason of this incursion is unknown.
On August 11, Palestinian and Israeli security officials met in Jenin to discuss security issues.
The Palestinian security officials demanded to have full control over Jenin as PA security forces managed to impose law and order in the area, according to Palestinian sources.
The PA also demanded Israel to ease restrictions imposed the movement of Palestinians in the Jenin area.