The detentions were made in the occupied Jerusalem al-Quds, the West Bank and the Gaza Strip, the Palestinian Prisoners Society, the prisoners and ex-prisoner affairs committee, and the prisoners’ rights group Addameer said.
Israeli forces took away at least 509 people, including 89 children and eight women, during repeated raids, the groups said in a statement carried by Ma'an news agency on Thursday, Presstv reported.
Those arrested include 102 Palestinians from East Jerusalem al-Quds, 88 from Ramallah, 80 from al-Khalil (Hebron), 55 from Jenin, 62 from Bethlehem, 30 from Nablus, 30 from Tulkarm, 25 from Qalqilya, 8 from Toubas, 6 from Salfit, 10 from Jericho, and 10 from the Gaza Strip.
The groups said Israel has intensified its collective punishment policy against Palestinian families accused of having attacked settlers.
More than 7,000 Palestinians are reportedly held at Israeli jails. Hundreds of the inmates have apparently been incarcerated under the practice of administrative detention, a policy under which Palestinian inmates are kept in Israeli detention facilities without trial or charge.
Some Palestinian prisoners have been held in administrative detention for up to 11 years.
Palestinian inmates regularly stage hunger strikes in protest at the administrative detention policy and harsh conditions in Israeli jails.
At least over a dozen Palestinian lawmakers and nearly 20 journalists are currently held in Israeli detention facilities. Several of them are being held without trial under the administrative detention policy.
Dozens of Palestinians displaced in January
Also, the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) said in its monthly report on Thursday that about 40 Palestinian-owned structures were demolished or seized in January.
The demolitions and seizures displaced 44 people and affected some 200 others, the UN agency added.
According to the agency, over 70% of the structures were in 11 communities in Area C of the occupied West Bank, which is under Israel's military rule.
The OCHA earlier said in a report that Israel’s demolition and confiscation of Palestinian-owned structures in the occupied West Bank had soared by 10 percent last year.
The new reports come as Tel Aviv continues with its land expropriation policies in the occupied territories in blatant defiance of international law.
Since 1967, Israel has been demolishing the homes of those Palestinians who are deemed by Tel Aviv to be behind fatal attacks against Israeli settlers.
Tel Aviv has been occupying the West Bank, including East Jerusalem al-Quds, since taking the Palestinian territory by force in 1967.
Ever since, the regime has established several settlements throughout the land, in a move condemned by the United Nations, and considered illegal under international law, which bans construction on occupied territory.
The occupied Palestinian territories have witnessed new tensions ever since US President Donald Trump announced his decision on December 6, 2017 to recognize Jerusalem al-Quds as Israel’s capital and relocate the US embassy in Tel Aviv to the occupied city.