Two Israeli soldiers have been killed a auto attack near the town of Yabed in Jenin in the occupied West Bank in Palestine, according to Israeli media reports.
The four were struck when a auto rammed into a group of Israelis near the settlement of Mevo Dotan near Jenin in the northern West Bank.
ZAKA rescue organization volunteers reported one soldier dead at the scene and a second succumed to his injuries a short time later.
Israel's Shin Bet security agency identified him as Alaa Kabha from the village of Barta, near Jenin. Palestinian media reports said he was 26.
There were clashes between Israeli forces and Palestinian protesters in several cities in the West Bank.
Israel's Defence Minister Avigdor Lieberman said on Twitter: "We will act to secure the death penalty for the terrorist, for the demolition of his home and for the punishment of anyone who collaborated".
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Rights groups have in the past denounced measures taken against families of Palestinian attackers as "collective punishment".
The Jerusalem Post report quoted Hazam Kasam, a Hamas spokesperson, as saying "this attack makes it clear that the Intifada is continuing for the Palestinian people".
Hazem Qassem, a Hamas spokesman in Gaza, said that it took place 100 days after Trump recognised Jerusalem as the capital of Israel on 6 December.
Palestinian groups in the West Bank and Gaza had called for Friday to be a "day of rage" to mark 100 days since US President Donald Trump announced his decision to recognize Jerusalem as Israel's capital.
More than 30 Palestinians and four Israelis have been killed in violence since Mr Trump's declaration, AFP reported.