Israeli forces detained 24 people across the West Bank overnight Tuesday, Israel's army said Maan reported.
Seven people were arrested in Nablus, five in Ramallah, three in Jenin, three in Hebron, two in the south Hebron hills, two in Tuqu, one in Anata and one in Yatta, an Israeli army spokeswoman said.
They were detained "on suspicion of illegal activities", the spokeswoman added.
Palestinians living in the occupied territories are routinely arrested by Israeli forces, usually on the pretext of security.
Around 40 percent of Palestinian men living in the occupied territories have been detained by Israel at some point in their lives.
There are 4,596 Palestinian prisoners being held in Israeli jails as of October 2012, according to Addameer. This figure includes 184 administrative detainees held without charge, 189 children and nine women.