Israeli soldiers invaded on Wednesday at dawn several villages east of Jenin city, in the northern part of the West Bank. Eight Palestinian were kidnapped across the West Bank.Eyewitnesses reported that soldiers invaded the villages of Deir Abu Da’eef, Dir Ghazala and Beit Qad, and Ta’nak, and drove their armored vehicles in the streets of the villages and their alleys.

Also, soldiers installed a roadblock at the entrance of Ta’nak village, obstructing its traffic while the soldiers checked identity cards of dozens of residents and searched several vehicles.

The roadblock also obstructed the movement of the residents of Aneen nearby village, as they can only leave their village through Ta’nak village due to the fact that the Annexation Wall isolated the village from all sides keeping Ta’nak village as their only remaining route.

In related news, Israeli soldiers invaded on Wednesday at dawn, the districts of Ramallah, Nablus, and Hebron, and kidnapped eight residents. The kidnapped residents were cuffed and blindfolded before being taken to a number of interrogation centers.