One Palestinian was killed by Israeli forces, Palestinian health officials said, after committing a shooting attack that wounded six Israelis outside a shopping mall in the settlement of Ma' ale Adumim in the occupied West Bank on Tuesday.
Israeli emergency services said two of the six Israelis were in a serious condition and that one of the victims was 14 years old.
"We went into the restaurant where we saw the victim lying fully conscious with gunshot wounds to his upper body," Israeli paramedic Oren Brill said of one of those shot in the attack.
"We provided him with life-saving treatment and rapidly evacuated him to hospital in a serious condition. Following an initial assessment in the trauma room, he was transferred to the operating room."
Footage circulating on social media, which could not be independently verified by Reuters, showed the shooter motionless on the ground, wearing a bright yellow vest, while blood seeped onto the sidewalk beneath his body.
The Hamas militant organization, which governs the Gaza Strip, said the attack was a response to Israeli officials ascending to Temple Mount in Jerusalem last week.
The legal status of the religious site, known to Judaism as Temple Mount and in Islam as the Al-Aqsa Mosque compound, is a recurring flashpoint in Israeli-Palestinian relations.
Israel's Channel 12 said the attacker was shot by an off-duty officer.
Violence in the West Bank has worsened over the past 15 months amid increased Israeli raids, Palestinian street attacks and assaults by Jewish settlers on Palestinian villages.