Israeli soldiers kidnapped, on Tuesday at dawn, four Palestinians in the northern West Bank city of Jenin and in Bethlehem, after invading the two cities and searching several homes forcing the families out in the cold and the rain.Local sources in Jenin reported that the soldiers invaded Al-Jadeeda village, south of Jenin, broke into and searched several homes and kidnapped two residents after repeatedly hitting and kicking them.

The sources said that, approximately at 3 at dawn, at least eight armored Israeli military jeeps invaded the camp and kidnapped Sameh Ahmad Suleiman Qalawla, 25, and Hazem Ahmad Mohammad Qalawla, 26.

The soldiers forced the families out of their homes and violently searched the property causing excessive damage, and interrogated a number of residents.

Furthermore, the army invaded As-Saff Street and Jabal Al-Mawaleh area, in Bethlehem city, broke into and searched several homes and kidnapped two residents.

In related news, the army invaded Kufr Dan village, west of Jenin, and detained several farmers under the rain; the farmers were heading to their hothouses.

Israeli soldiers conduct daily invasions and arrests in different parts of the occupied West Bank, and also carry out sporadic limited invasions into the Gaza Strip.