The Israeli military on Thursday imprisoned two leading members of the Palestinian Hamas group in the occupied West Bank.
Witnesses told Anadolu Agency that the Israeli army carried out an attack on Ramallah and al-Bireh provinces.
In addition to clashes happening between dozens of young Palestinians and the army forces, Hamas leaders Jamal al-Tawil and Hussein Abu Kwaik were detained in the city of al-Bireh and in the Beitunia town of Ramallah, correspondingly, during attacks.
According to the eyewitnesses, the Israeli army used live missiles and rubber bullet as well as sound bombs and tear gas during conflicts.
The Israeli army usually halts scores of Palestinians in the West Bank, saying that they are wanted by the Israeli security services.