On Sunday evening, Israeli soldiers invaded Rommana and Nazlet Zeid villages, west and south of Jenin in the occupied West Bank’s northern part, searched homes and cars and fired concussion grenades.

Media sources said several army jeeps invaded neighborhoods in Rommana and installed roadblocks near some schools.

They added that the soldiers stopped, searched dozens of cars, interrogated many Palestinians while inspecting their ID cards, and fired concussion grenades to force the residents to leave the streets.

The soldiers also invaded Nazlet Zeid village before storming and ransacking many homes while interrogating the residents.