An escalation in Palestinian attacks against Israelis in Judea and Samaria has been noted in the past few days and has been attributed to the current conflict with Hamas in the south.
An Israeli vehicle travelling along Highway 60, which runs from Nazareth to Beersheba through the West Bank, was struck by a Molotov cocktail on Monday. The driver, a resident of Maaleh Levona in Samaria, and a passenger managed to extricate themselves from the vehicle before it burst into flames.
During a demonstration in Halhul, a Palestinian city 5 kilometers (3.1 miles) north of Hebron, one protester who attempted to attack a soldier was shot and killed. An investigation into the incident is underway.
Five Molotov cocktails were thrown at a Border Police base in Atarot, south of Ramallah. No injuries or damage to property were reported.
Unknown assailants in a moving vehicle opened fire on soldiers at a military base in Salam, near Jenin. Here too, no injuries or damage to property were reported.
In Nahliel, an ultra-Orthodox settlement in the Binyamin region 20 kilometers (12 miles) from Modiin, Palestinians tried to cut through the fence surrounding the settlement.
On Route 443, the main highway connecting Tel Aviv and Jerusalem via Modiin, near Beit Horon, Palestinians demonstrated in support of Hamas and hurled stones at Israeli vehicles.
On Highway 60, near Ofra, several Palestinians tried to break into an Israeli vehicle.
During a demonstration in Hebron, a Palestinian was wounded after he was shot while attempting to throw a Molotov cocktail at a soldier.
A Border Police officer was injured during a demonstration in Qalandiya.
A Palestinian man who was shot by soldiers during a demonstration on Saturday in Nabi Salah succumbed to his injuries on Monday.
Thousands of Palestinians protested on Monday in Manara Square in Ramallah.