Clashes erupt in W. Bank overnight during IDF arrest raids

Clashes erupted throughout the West Bank overnight Monday as the IDF entered a number of Palestinian towns to conduct arrests, Palestinian media and the IDF Spokesperson's Unit confirmed on Tuesday morning. Six terror suspects were transferred for further investigation. 

Palestinian gunmen shot at the town of Efrat in Gush Etzion overnight on Monday, according to Palestinian reports. According to the reports, Israeli forces fired back and injuries were reported among Palestinians. 

Clashes were reported in Jenin, where Palestinians fired at Israeli forces. According to the Palestinian reports, they entered to arrest Muhammad Abu Khalifa and Hamas leader Atta Al-Jabali. IDF confirmed the arrest of two individuals but did not specify the names.  The Israeli forces also confiscated illegal weapons there. 

Additionally, Palestinian media also reported that Israeli forces entered the towns of Yabad near Jenin and Beit Furik near Nablus, where they arrested a man named Laith Abu Gholami. Separately, the IDF said it arrested a man in the town of Tammun near Nablus. 

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