The incident comes two days after a Palestinian man was killed after a clash with Israeli soldiers in Givat Evyatar.
Two Palestinians were reportedly injured as Israeli security forces arrested a terror suspect in Nablus.
Former prison guard reflects on the recent Gilboa Prison break: I "played a lot of air guitar on my M-16. Never lost a prisoner, though."
Clashes were also reported in Bidu, northwest of Jerusalem, on Sunday night.
The complex – revered in the Jewish, Samaritan, Christian and Muslim traditions – looks like it belongs in the Peloponnese or Mount Athos.
The IDF said it was looking into an incident in which a Palestinian was shot and killed at the entrance to Beita village, near the city of Nablus.
The settlers voluntarily left the hilltop outpost on Friday, some two months after they first arrived.
The municipality allowed East Jerusalem residents and the Old City merchants heavily impacted by the pandemic to set up stalls selling goods at the Nablus Gate.
Since the death of hilltop youth Ahuvia Sandak last month, Yesh Din investigators say they have received verified reports of 41 different cases of Israeli settlers attacking Palestinian.
The suspect was evacuated to Hadassah-University Medical Center and died from his injuries after failed resuscitation efforts.