On Sunday, six Palestinians were arrested by Israeli authorities on suspicion of assaulting Israeli settlers in the West Bank.
Shooting near the Homesh outpost in the northern West Bank killed one Israeli settler and wounded two others.
According to an official Israeli channel, the six Palestinians were detained in the village of Silat al-Harithiya, which is located near the city of Jenin.
Meanwhile, according to a local Palestinian news agency, there were reports that Israeli troops had stormed multiple residences in the town.
Israeli troops seized two Palestinian children during a raid on their house, according to a Palestinian lady.
Although Israeli settlers continue to remain in the vicinity, Israeli authorities ordered the evacuation of the Homesh outpost in 2005, which was erected on Palestinian territory.
All Jewish enclaves in the occupied territory are prohibited under international law.