A second Palestinian man has been shot by Israeli Occupation Forces (IOF) on Sunday for suspectedly ramming car into a group of soldiers.
The shooting took place near the settlement of Beit Horon, occupied Jerusalem.
No injuries were reported, but the Palestinian “suspect” was immediately shot on the scene.
Israeli media said that the Palestinian has died immediately from the shooting, but later denied, saying he was critically injured.
A few hours earlier, a Palestinian man was shot-dead at the Bet El military checkpoint and settlement north of Ramallah, central West Bank, after he reportedly opened fire and injured three Israeli soldiers, Sunday morning.
The man was identified as Amjad Sukari (35), a policeman and security guard at the PA,m who used his personal gun.
Two of the soldiers sustained serious injuries and one was lightly injured.
Israeli media said that the Magen David paramedics treated the soldiers at the scene and evacuated them to hospital in Jerusalem, while the Palestinian bled to death on the ground.