An Israeli was stabbed to death in a terror attack at a gas station on Route 443, north of Jerusalem on Monday.
MDA paramedics were also treating a woman in her twenties who suffered light injuries.
The suspected terrorist was shot and killed.
The IDF sent reinforcements to Route 443 following the attack. Soldiers were also searching for additional people who may have been wounded by the attacker.
The incident came after an earlier terror attack outside the Jerusalem market on Monday morning.
In that attack, one female teenaged Palestinian terrorist was killed, and her female teen accomplice was in critical condition, after attacking a Jewish and Palestinian man with scissors outside the Mahane Yehuda Market, in the heart of the capital.
Police spokesman Micky Rosenfeld said the two unidentified Palestinian teens, aged 14 and 16, carried out the stabbing while thousands of pedestrians were shopping in the market, or walking down Jaffa Road.
A 70-year-old Palestinian man was lightly injured by the assailants and a guard who responded to the attack sustained a light wound to his hand in the resulting crossfire, police said.
Also on Monday, a vehicle hit a pedestrian and sped off near the West Bank settlement of Homesh, leading security forces on a manhunt for the suspect.
An 18-year-old man was lightly injured in the hit-and-run event and was evacuated to the Rabin Medical Center-Beilinson Campus in Petah Tikva.
It was not immediately clear if the incident was an accident or a deliberate car ramming attack.
Police set-up roadblocks in the area and were searching for the suspected perpetrator.
In another attack on Monday, a terrorist attempted to stab a soldier and was killed near Nablus. No Israelis were injured in that event.