Some 300 stone-throwing Palestinian demonstrators clashing with Israeli soldiers were dispersed in the West Bank city of Hebron without injuries or arrests on Friday, according to the Israeli military.
Smaller clashes also took place at two other West Bank locations - Qalandiya and Kadom - also without injuries or arrests, the army said.
Five Hamas activists were arrested Thursday in the West Bank, according to the Islamic militant group, underscoring tensions between rival factions.
The clashes came amid building tensions in the area, mostly over Palestinian claims that Israel wants to change the status quo at a contested Jerusalem holy site by allowing Jewish prayers there.
Such a move would break a status quo that has been in effect since Israel captured the area in the 1967 Mideast War.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and other Israeli leaders have repeatedly denied the claim but nationalistic politicians have increasingly stirred tensions by visiting the site.