A man sits on a sofa in the living room of his home in the occupied West Bank city of Hebron.
The Palestinian Authority (PA) says the man is not being detained, but has ordered him and his family to leave the city.
The man, identified as Mahmoud al-Mabrouk, has been charged with two counts of inciting violence against the security forces, an offense that carries a punishment of up to 10 years in prison.
The charge stems from a video clip uploaded to YouTube in December 2015 that showed an Israeli soldier abusing a Palestinian youth.
It prompted a wave of violence in Hebron and beyond that has claimed more than 1,100 lives.
On Monday, the Palestinian Authority said it had summoned the man to court and ordered him to surrender.
The video clip, it said, showed the Israeli soldier beating and kicking the young man.
The Palestinians have been asking for international intervention since the 2014 killing of the 14-year-old Palestinian teenager, Mohammed Abu Khdeir, in a Hebron market.
He was killed after being shot by a security guard while trying to run away from a group of Israeli soldiers.
Israeli officials have vehemently denied the Palestinian charge, calling the incident a mistake and saying the soldier was simply trying to protect his own life.
The Palestinian government has long been a thorn in the side of Israel, which is occupied Palestinian territory.
Israel claims the West Bank and Gaza Strip as its “eternal and indivisible” territory.
The Palestinians want the West to be recognized as their own state.
The two sides have never formally negotiated a peace deal.
The Israeli government is currently in talks with Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas, which have so far failed to reach a final settlement.
They have also accused each other of waging an illegal blockade on Gaza, a charge they deny.
Last month, Israeli police detained three Palestinians in the West Jerusalem area after they reportedly entered an Israeli settlement.
Israeli authorities have been cracking down on Palestinians in recent years, arresting hundreds in the past few years, mostly in connection with attacks on Israelis.
The arrest of Mahmoud al-‘Mabouli in the southern West Bank on Monday was the latest in a string of cases involving Palestinians in Jerusalem.
In January, three Israeli teenagers were arrested in the Old City of Jerusalem after they were spotted carrying a knife, a weapon that is considered a threat to Israeli security and could be used to carry out a terror attack, according to a police statement.
Two days earlier, an Israeli teenager was detained after being caught on camera attacking an Israeli bus in the heart of Jerusalem, a crime that could land him in jail for a year and a half, according a statement by the Israeli police.