A 16-year-old Palestinian was killed Friday afternoon during clashes with IDF forces on the border fence in the central Gaza Strip.
Meanwhile, Hundreds of Palestinians took part in riots throughout the West Bank, while the relative calm in the Temple Mount compound was maintained from noon, after prayers in the holy place that has been the focus of tensions for the past two weeks ended.
The Red Crescent reported that its staff treated some 25 Palestinians in various disturbances, including in Hebron, Rachel's Tomb, Nablus, Tulkarem and Qalandiya, where a soldier was lightly wounded by stones.
In the context of the tensions, an attack was also prevented at the Gush Etzion junction, and the terrorist who tried to storm the soldiers was neutralized and killed.
Earlier, it was reported that Muslim worshipers threw stones at police in the Wadi Joz neighborhood of Jerusalem, near the Lions' Gate.
In Bethlehem dozens began to confront the security forces at the northern entrance to the city, in the vicinity of Rachel's Tomb. According to Palestinian reports, several rioters were injured by rubber bullets.
At the same time, three Palestinians were arrested by the Border Police in the area of the Beit El checkpoint in the Ramallah area.