Three Israeli occupiers were killed in a shooting attack in the occupied West Bank on Sunday, Israeli media reported on Saturday.
Israeli media said the shooter was a former Palestinian worker from the West Bank city of Tulkarem.
The Israeli army has launched a manhunt for the attacker.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu vowed to bring the attacker to justice.
“Security forces are in pursuit of the despicable murderer, and I am sure that they will catch him and bring him to justice,” he said at his weekly cabinet meeting on Sunday.
Meanwhile, Palestinian group Fatah said Israel’s denial of Palestinian rights was the cause of such attacks.
“There will be no security for anyone as long as the Palestinian people are denied their rights,” the group said in a statement.
“The only solution to peace is to recognise our people’s right to establish their own state on the lands occupied in 1967 with Jerusalem as its capital,” it added.