The IDF continues its operations in Judea and Samaria to thwart potential terrorist attacks and apprehend or neutralize members of terrorist organizations.

According to Palestinian Authority (PA) sources, on the night of March 6, the Israeli military conducted operations in various locations including Qalqilya (specifically in Azzun and Hableh), Tulkarm and Iktaba, Nablus, Bethlehem, and Beit Ummar (north of Hebron).

PA sources also reported clashes occurring in Nablus, particularly near Yosef's tomb and in the Dahiya area.

Additionally, a reconnaissance UAV was observed over Jenin.

Reports from Palestinian sources state that in the village of al-Asakra, southeast of Bethlehem, soldiers confiscated several vehicles.

Israeli Border Police were active in the village of Isawiyya, situated north of Jerusalem.

As of now, there are no reports of casualties among the Israeli military in Judea and Samaria. The exact number of terrorism suspects detained is currently being determined.

The IDF has not yet provided an official statement regarding the events that transpired in Judea and Samaria on the night of March 6.