Israeli forces invaded on Tuesday morning Jenin refugee camp, in northern West Bank and arrested five civilians while in a separate incident settlers attacked the village of Halhul near the southern West Bank city of Hebron.Local sources reported that an Israeli army force stormed Jenin refugee camp in the early morning hours and searched homes before arresting five civilians.
The five were identified as Mohamed Al Sa’di, 38, Khalied Abu Zyineh, 54, Mohamed Barakat, 29, Mohamed Mahameed, 23, and Ali Al Sa’di,21.
The army also invasions were reported at Jenin city along with the nearby village of Araba, Fahma and Qabatiya, but no arrests were made, local sources reported.
Elsewhere on Tuesday, a group of Israeli settlers stormed the village of Halhul near the southern West Bank city of Hebron.
The settlers clashed with local youth before Israeli soldiers removed the settlers and fired tear gas a local youth, no injuries or arrests were reported.