Israeli authorities on Sunday announced the confiscation of around 4,000 dunums (1,000 acres) of private Palestinian land south of Bethlehem in the southern West Bank.
The bodies are believed to belong to the victims of a massacre carried out by right-wing Jewish militias in the former Arab district in 1948.
In a statement, the military said the drone was downed by a Patriot missile near the Quneitra border crossing between the Israeli-held Golan Heights and Syria.
Hamas spokesman Sami Abu Zuhri said the international community would rather move to disarm Israel.
The confiscation order was taken by the Israeli authorities as a response to the kidnapping and subsequent killing of three Jewish settlers two months ago in Hebron, according to the Israeli radio.
Most of the detentions were carried out in Hebron, Jerusalem, Ramallah, Jenin and Bethlehem, the Palestinian Prisoners Society said in a statement.
“I think Israeli people wants more Palestinian to be killed,” Elifelet Sara, 31 year-old Israeli Jew tells AA.
Hamas will not cease resisting Israel until all its demands are met, the group's overall leader Khaled Meshaal said, adding the latest Gaza conflict was only "a milestone to reaching our objective".
On Thursday, Palestinian Authority (PA) President Mahmoud Abbas said that Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu agreed to a Palestinian state on the 1967 borders and that negotiators are set to demarcate the borders.
Netanyahu said that it was premature to talk about a durable cease-fire in Gaza.
Amir Hetsroni, a professor of communication at Ariel University in the occupied West Bank, dismissed claims that academic boycotts were merely 'anti-Semitic.'
Israel and the Palestinians agreed to an Egyptian-brokered plan to end the fighting in Gaza after 50 days of combat in which more than 2,100 Palestinians, most of them civilians, 64 Israeli soldiers and five civilians in Israel were killed.
Tensions have run high in the West Bank and Jerusalem since Israel began its latest onslaught on the blockaded Gaza Strip in early July.
"The government should take swift and decisive measures against the arrogance of the Zionist (Israeli) entity," party secretary-general Mohamed Al-Zayoud said in a message to Jordanian Premier Abdullah Ensour posted on the party's website.
Israel is set to receive a delayed U.S. army shipment, including Hellfire missiles, as the onslaught on Gaza continues.
The campaign sees people dumping a bucket of rocks and sand over their heads and nominating others to do the same.
Among the signatures on the statement, which also calls for the blockade of Gaza to be lifted and Israel to be boycotted, were those belonging to forty Holocaust survivors and 287 relatives.
At least 100 mosques have been damaged in ongoing Israeli attacks on the Gaza Strip since July 7.
Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas's call comes after Palestinian lawmakers accused Israel of an anti-democratic crackdown as the Gaza war rages, with dozens of elected officials detained, placed under investigation or restricted in their movements.
The latest fatalities from the bombing of a home brought to 2094 the number of Palestinians killed by Israeli attacks on the Gaza Strip since July 7.
A pro-Hamas internet portal said that "firm measures" were being taken against anyone found spying for Israel.