Israeli soldiers invaded, on Saturday at dawn, two villages in the northern West Bank district of Jenin, and installed many roadblocks, in addition to conducting extensive military searches.

The soldiers invaded the two villages, after surrounding them, and were deployed in many alleys and street, in addition to several olive orchards, before initiating extensive searches.

The army later from the two villages without conducting any arrests; there have been no reports of clashes or injuries.

In related news, the soldiers installed several roadblocks, west of Jenin city, while more units were seen driving in the area.