- Three Border Police officers wounded in West Bank car-ramming attack
- Knife-wielding Palestinian shot dead by Israeli forces north of Hebron
- Palestinian shot dead after charging security personnel with knife in West Bank
The army said that two Palestinians were shot when they walked toward the Jalama (Gilboa) checkpoint. According to the army, soldiers from a reconnaissance unit arrived at a gas station adjacent to the crossing and spotted two suspicious Palestinians. The soldiers approached them and where then attacked with a knife by one of the two Palestinians. The soldiers then shot one of them while the other was arrested.
The incident took place some 150 meters from the checkpoint. There were no reports of casualties among the Israeli forces.
The Jalama checkpoint which has seen two attacks in as many weeks. The checkpoint, located north on Jenin, is a key crossing between Israel and the West Bank.
On Saturday, a Palestinian was shot dead at the crossing after allegedly attempting to stab Israeli security personnel, a week after another Palestinian was shot dead after a similar attempted attack.
On Sunday, Three Border Police officers were wounded in a car-ramming attack in the Hebron area, north of the settlement of Kiryat Arba. The incident took place near the Palestinian village of Beit Anun, where a knife-wielding Palestinian was shot dead by Israeli forces earlier on Sunday after he tried to stab a soldier.