The Zionist army said on Twitter on Thursday that its forces had detained seven Palestinians in Nablus and that weapons had been found in their possession.
The Zionist army detained ten Palestinians in overnight raids in the West Bank.
The occupation army said on Twitter on Thursday that its forces had detained seven Palestinians in Nablus and that weapons had been found in their possession.
The army said three more Palestinians had been detained in the West Bank, without giving further details.
Zionist forces routinely conduct arrest campaigns against Palestinians in the occupied West Bank on claims they are "wanted" by Zionist authorities.
Over 7,000 Palestinians are currently languishing in prisons located throughout the Zionist entity, according to the Palestinian Ministry of Prisoners' Affairs.
Meanwhile, Zionist naval forces on Thursday opened fire on Palestinian fishing boasts off the coast of the Gaza Strip, a spokesman for Gaza's fishermen has said.
"Israeli gunboats fired on fishing boats off the Gaza coast," Nizar Ayyash, head of Gaza's Palestinian Fishermen's Union, told media outlets.
No casualties were reported.
Some fishing boasts, however, sustained damage in the shooting, Ayyash said.
A cease-fire reached between the Zionist entity and Palestinian factions on August 26 ended 51 days of relentless Zionist attacks on the Gaza Strip, which killed over 2,160 Palestinians.
According to Ayyash, some 50,000 Gazans earn their living from the fishing business.
He estimated their combined losses during the Zionist recent war at more than $6 million.