Israeli army nabs 7 Palestinians in West Bank
The Israeli army nabbed seven Palestinians in its operation in the West Bank, and infiltrated into the Gaza southern borders, witnesses and security sources said Monday.
The Israeli army raided the northern West Bank city of Nablus and arrested five Palestinians, the sources said, Xinhua reported.
Moreover, two Palestinians, who were wanted by Israel's security services for alleged involvement in launching attacks against Israeli targets, were detained in the northern West Bank city of Jenin, the sources added.
The raids mostly take place in areas under the Palestinian National Authority's (PNA) control.
Meanwhile, the Israeli troops infiltrated hundreds of meters into the outskirts of al-Qarara town, east of Khan Younis City in the southern Gaza Strip, the sources said.
Currently, there is no report of casualties.
Israel has created a buffer zone which extends 300 meters deep along the Gaza borders with its territories aiming to prevent Palestinian militants from launching attacks against Israeli targets.