Palestinian sources reported that Israeli soldiers, kidnapped on Thursday evening, five persons from the northern West Bank city of Nablus, including one man who carries a Jordanian citizenship.The International Solidarity Foundation For Human Rights reported that the army kidnapped a Jordanian national identified as Na’el Mohammad Taher, 34, as he was trying to cross the Allenby (King Hussein) Bridge between Jordan and the occupied territories.

Taher was on his way to visit relatives Nablus; he was moved to the Al-Jalama Israeli interrogation facility.

Soldiers also kidnapped a 15-year –old Palestinian child at the Huwwara roadblock south of Nablus. The army claimed that Jibreel Ahmad Abu Ar-Reesh carried a sharp object.

The Foundation further reported that soldiers stationed at a roadblock near the West Bank city of Jericho kidnapped Ahmad Abdul-Jalil, 23, from Sorra village, near Nablus.

In Rojeeb village, south of Nablus, the army broke into the home of Fuad Ahmad Abu Rajab, 34, and kidnapped him after searching his property. Abu Rajab is a former Palestinian political prisoner.

The army also invaded the Balata refugee camp, in Nablus, and kidnapped one resident identified as Fawzi Hasan Abu Al-Adas, 35.

On Wednesday at dawn, Israeli soldiers invaded several Palestinian communities in the occupied West Bank, broke into and searched dozens of homes, and kidnapped seven residents.

Soldiers conduct daily invasions into Palestinian communities in the occupied West Bank, and frequently break into and violently dozens of homes; the army also installs roadblocks, inspects hundreds of vehicles and interrogates the residents.