An 11-year-old child was among the reported detainees. The child was later identified as Ahmed Al-Afghani.
Several local homes were also stormed and searched during the raid campaign.
All the detainees were taken to Al-Maskobiya Police Station in the occupied city.
The Israeli army often carries out detention raids against Palestinians in the West Bank and occupied Jerusalem, claiming to arrest wanted Palestinians.
Israel currently holds 4,650 Palestinians, including 41 women, 225 children, and 550 administrative detainees.
139 Settlers Stormed Al-Aqsa
Meanwhile, dozens of Israeli settlers forced their way into Al-Aqsa Mosque in occupied Jerusalem.
Approximately 139 settlers stormed Al-Aqsa Mosque under heavy police protection.
The Aqsa Mosque is exposed to daily desecration by Jewish settlers and police forces in the morning and the afternoon, except on Fridays and Saturdays.
The Israeli police close al-Maghariba Gate, which is used by Jews to enter the Mosque, at 10:30 am after the settlers complete their morning tours at the holy site. Later in the afternoon, the same gate is reopened for evening tours by settlers.
During the presence of settlers inside the Mosque compound, entry restrictions are imposed on Muslim worshipers at the entrances leading to the Mosque and their IDs could be seized until they leave the holy place.