Israeli forces detained several Palestinians in various occupied West Bank areas, Sunday night through Monday morning, including a former prisoner, the Palestinian Information Center reported.

Israeli soldiers detained former prisoner, Muhammad Mustafa Shreiteh, 34, and Yahya Hassan Laddua, 29, after invading and searching their homes in the Al Mazraa village, northwest of Ramallah, in the central West Bank.

Sources added that Muhammad Shreitah, an editor, was just recently married.

Soldiers detained Nassar Abu Dahouk in Jericho, in the northern West Bank, after storming and searching his home.

In the southern West Bank city of Hebron, Israeli troops broke into, searched, and ransacked the home of Hamza Abu Aisha, 35, before detaining him.

Troops also detained Muhammad Rajoub, from Dura town in Hebron.

Israeli soldiers stormed neighborhoods in Hebron and Al-Aroub refugee camp and fired stun grenades at the entrance to the camp.

The Israeli army, overnight Saturday and at dawn Sunday, stormed Wadi al-Hariya area in Hebron city, in the southern West Bank, and detained two Palestinians identified as Jalal Abu Sneineh and Naseem al-Atrash from their homes, the PIC further reported.

In Bethlehem, in the central West Bank, Israeli troops detained Nour al-Hasanat, 17, a resident of al-Dheisheh refugee camp, at the Container military roadblock.