The IDF and Shin Bet (Israel Security Agency) conducted arrests throughout the West Bank on Monday night, arresting nine Palestinians suspected of terrorist activity.
The security forces operated in Kaffin, Atil and Kalkilya overnight.
The IDF, Border Police, Israel Police and the Civil Administration also secured the visit of Jewish worshipers to Joseph's Tomb in Nablus overnight.
As the forces entered Nablus, clashes broke out with Palestinians, with terrorists firing at the security forces. The IDF responded with fire; there were no injuries to Israeli forces.
According to Palestinian reports, one Palestinian was injured by live fire during the clashes, while 13 others were injured by rubber bullets.
Last month, Palestinian rioters vandalized Joseph's Tomb twice, with the Samaria Regional Council repairing the site later in the month. This is the first visit by Jewish worshipers since the repairs were conducted.
New details released from attempted attack in Tekoa
New details were released from the investigation into the attempted terrorist attack in Tekoa that was thwarted by a resident of the settlement. The terrorist was from a family of Hamas members and had fought with his parents and threatened to carry out a terrorist attack before heading to the settlement, according to Army Radio.
The terrorist took a knife from his kitchen and started walking towards the settlement, while his three brothers chased after him in an attempt to stop him from heading to Tekoa but didn't catch him. They had almost reached the fence of the settlement when they heard the gunshots that were fired toward the terrorist after he jumped the fence of a house in Tekoa and escaped from the scene.