Four Palestinian civilians were detained by Israeli troops on Monday during invasions treating West Bank communities.
Local sources reported invasions targeting Hebron and Bethlehem, southern West Bank, in addition to Nablus in the north.
During an army invasion targeting Al Arroub refugee camp near Hebron, local youth hurled two home-made bombs at invading troops. The army said that the two bombs exploded near soldiers causing no injuries or damage.
Troops later stormed the camp and opened fire at residents’ homes causing damage but no injuries, witnesses reported.
A fifth Palestinian man was detained on Monday by Israeli troops at the borders between the West Bank and Jordan, local sources reported.
Mo’ath Al Ghoul, aged 22, was coming to the West Bank after pilgrimage in the holy city of Mecca in Saudi Arabia, his family told reporters.