The Israel Defense Forces (IDF) are still working in Judea and Samaria to stop new terrorist attacks and catch members of terrorist groups.

According to Palestinian sources, on April 2, the Israeli military was active in Bethlehem, Jericho, near Hebron (in Beit Ummar, Bani Naim, Yatta), near Qalqilya (in Azzun, Jayyus, Beit Amin, Izbat Al Ashqar), near Nablus (in Madama, Beit Furik), and Ramallah (in Qalandiya).

Reports say that in Qalandiya, south of Ramallah, the IDF is getting ready to tear down the home of terrorist Muhammad Manasra, who killed two Israelis in Eli village on February 29. There have been clashes.

In Bani Naim, east of Hebron, notices went out to destroy the homes of terrorists Ahmad Zaidat and Mahmoud Zaidat, who attacked Ra'anana on January 15, killing Edna Bluestein and hurting ten others. There were clashes, and Palestinian casualties were reported.

There's no official word on Israeli military casualties in Judea and Samaria. The number of detained on suspicion of terrorism is still being clarified.

The IDF hasn't commented on the events on April 2 yet.

Border police also operated in Kafr Aqab, north of Jerusalem.

According to Palestinians, Israeli settlers used bulldozers to tear up trees and crops near Qaryut village, south of Nablus.