Dozens of Israeli soldiers invaded, on Sunday at dawn, several Palestinian villages, in the northern West Bank governorate of Nablus, searched many homes and stores, before confiscating surveillance tapes and equipment.

Media sources in Nablus said the soldiers invaded Burqa, Beit Imrin, Yasid and Asira ash-Shamaliya, before breaking into and searching homes and stores, and confiscated surveillance tapes and equipment from stores and a local gas station.

The soldiers also interrogated many Palestinians, and investigated their ID cards, while searching their properties.

In related news, the soldiers abducted three young Palestinian men from Jenin city, and nearby al-Yamoun town, in northern West Bank, and confiscated surveillance equipment from a local coffee shop.