Police arrested eight Israelis in Hebron on Tuesday afternoon who were not residents of the city, on suspicion that they violated orders declaring Hebron a closed military zone.
Of those arrested, four are due to be remanded on Wednesday morning, while the remaining four have been released under restrictions forbidding them from entering Hebron and the surrounding areas.
This brings the total number of arrests in Hebron to 26 since the violence erupted last Thursday.
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