The Israeli occupation forces arrested 6 Palestinians amid a state of security alert and military reinforcements throughout the West Bank, prior to the start of military maneuvers in the northern West Bank on Sunday evening.

The Palestinian Prisoners Club reported that the arrest campaign was concentrated in the town of Azzun, east of Qalqilya, and the town of Beita, south of Nablus, Bethlehem and Jerusalem.

The occupation forces had raided the homes of citizens and took the detainees to the investigation camps on charges of resisting the occupation.

This comes prior to the launch of a military maneuver by the Israeli occupation forces in the northern West Bank that begins this evening and ends late at night, according to a military statement by the Israeli army.

These military maneuvers come amid a state of security alert and reinforcements pushed by the occupation authorities throughout the West Bank, specifically the Jenin and Nablus areas, in anticipation of Palestinian attacks on the Jewish holidays that have continued for more than a week and extends for about a month.

Yesterday, Saturday, a Palestinian youth was killed by the Israeli army's bullets in the town of Al-Eizariya, east of the occupied city of Jerusalem.

And the Palestinian Ministry of Health announced, in a brief statement, that Fayez Khaled Damdom, 18, "died of critical wounds after being shot in the neck by Israeli soldiers, in the town of Al-Eizariya in Jerusalem."

Activists published videos of a young man covered in blood, without providing additional information about the circumstances of his targeting.

The Israeli border police said there had been "riots" during which "the attacker was neutralized".