Since last May, residents of Beita village southeast of Nablus have been protesting every Friday near the top of Jabal Sbeih, one of the area’s highest mountains.
This is in response to illegal Jewish settlement activity there.
Israeli soldiers have killed ten people from the village and injured more than 5,000 Palestinians using live and rubber bullets, as well as tear gas since the protests began.
Activist Mousa Hamayil said that after a month, the settlers left their caravans atop the mountain leaving open the possibility that they will return.
Residents of Beita have submitted documents demonstrating their ownership of the land to the Israeli Supreme Court.
Jewish settlements on Palestinain occupied territories are illegal in international law.