Israeli forces apprehended at least 11 Palestinians from various sections of the West Bank overnight on Wednesday according to local sources.
They claimed that Israeli forces raided two brothers' homes in the Ta'amreh neighborhood, east of Bethlehem, and apprehended them.
They also arrested a father along with his teenage son from As-Saff neighborhood in the city in addition to two others from Aida refugee camp, north of the city.
Elsewhere in the southern West Bank, the military vehicles stormed Jaber neighborhood in the cold city of Hebron, where the soldiers arrested two brothers.
In the northern West Bank, Israeli forces barged their way to Jenin refugee camp, where they arrested three others, a former prisoner in addition to a father and his son, and ransacked their houses, turning them upside down.
In the clashes that unfolded, the soldiers opened fire towards local youngsters who protested the raid. No injuries were reported though.
Israeli forces frequently storm Palestinian houses almost on a daily basis across the West Bank on the pretext of searching for "wanted" Palestinians, triggering clashes with residents.
These arrests, which take place also in areas under the full control of the Palestinian Authority, are conducted with no need for a search warrant, whenever and wherever the military chooses in keeping with its sweeping arbitrary powers.
Under Israeli military law occupation commanders have full executive, legislative and judicial authority over 3 million Palestinians living in the West Bank. Palestinians have no say in how this authority is exercised.