The Israeli occupation forces (IOF) arrested at dawn Saturday three Palestinians after breaking into their homes in different areas of the West Bank.
A violent raid and search campaign was carried out in Al-Tawana town east of Yatta, in al-Khalil, sparking panic among locals. At least a young man was arrested during the campaign.
IOF soldiers also stormed a sheep barn in the town, before its owner discovered that he lost dozens of his cattle heads.
The incident came after a group of settlers stormed the town and carried out various attacks.
Meanwhile, two youths were detained in Beit Dajan town in Nablus after Israeli forces stormed their family houses and stole the installed security cameras.
On the other hand, violent clashes broke out late Friday in Occupied Jerusalem between Israeli police forces and local youths.
The clashes broke out after Palestinian youths allegedly set fire to a military site near Al-Isawiya town in the occupied city of Jerusalem.
Similar incidents were reported in Sultan Suleiman Street in Occupied Jerusalem, where several youths were rounded up as clashes broke out near Bab al-Amud.
In Bethlehem, clashes erupted near Jabal Umm Rakba area in the town of Al-Khader, south of Bethlehem.
Israeli media sources claimed that Palestinian youths threw Molotov cocktails during the confrontations. A number of Israeli soldiers were injured during the clashes.