Israeli forces killed three Palestinians, including two teenagers, in separate incidents in the occupied West Bank. The first incident occurred in Budrus village, where Gabriel Awad was killed.
The second incident involved a 14-year-old in a refugee camp, while the third involved a 16-year-old in Tulkarm. Israel has not provided any response to the aforementioned incidents.
Israeli-Palestinian violence has escalated, with dozens of Palestinians killed in the West Bank.
Israel is preparing a ground assault in the Gaza Strip following a Hamas attack that killed 1,400 Israelis, mostly civilians.
Israeli forces have carried out their most intense bombardment of Gaza, killing over 3,000 Palestinians and imposing a total siege on the blockaded enclave, fueling anger among Palestinians in the West Bank.
The West Bank, dominated by Hamas rivals Fatah and Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas, borders Jerusalem, a site of sacred sites for Muslims, Christians, and Jews.
Hamas recently launched an attack in the West Bank, partly as revenge for Israeli attacks on Muslim worshippers at the Al-Aqsa mosque in Jerusalem.