An Israeli man in his 20s was moderately injured in a shooting attack near Wadi al-Haramiya, between Shilo and Ofra, in the West Bank, on Tuesday morning as Israel marked Remembrance Day.
The man is conscious and was injured on his hand. He was part of a group of runners running in memory of fallen soldiers and was shot by a terrorist firing from a passing car.
The IDF is conducting a manhunt after the terrorist.
The attack took place at the British Police junction, near where a Remembrance Day memorial service took place only a few minutes later.
"No terror will stop us. The ceremony will begin as usual, Binyamin Regional Council head Yisrael Ganz said at the service. "The settlements continue on their heroic and Zionist path to the redemption of the land. The enemy must be fought to the bitter end."
Attack comes after ramming in Jerusalem
The attack comes less than a day after seven people were injured in a ramming attack near the Mahane Yehuda market in Jerusalem on Monday. As of Monday morning, an elderly man who was injured in that attack was still in serious, unstable condition on Tuesday morning, according to Shaare Zedek Medical Center. The man is sedated and on a ventilator.
A woman who was injured in that attack is being treated at the hospital as well and is in moderate condition.
This is a developing story.