The injured Israelis were taken to hospital for treatment, a statement issued by the Army said without giving further details about their condition.
Abu Khdeir was kidnapped by Ben-David and two young accomplices from Israeli-annexed east Jerusalem on July 2,
2014 and beaten.
Tthere are growing calls for new safeguards and even a new research centre — which could present the country with a decision on whether to acknowledge for the first time that it has nuclear weapons.
The military prosecution said that the soldier “acted in contrast to the rules of opening fire and without any operational justification.”
The military has arrested a soldier and opened an investigation into what it said appeared to be a “grave breach” of its values.
COGAT confirmed on Wednesday that about 580 acres near the West Bank city of Jericho were declared government land.
Israel deems Hezbollah its most potent enemy and worries that they are also becoming entrenched on its Syrian front and acquiring advanced weaponry from Damascus.
The successive attacks on Monday were the latest in a six-month long wave of Israeli-Palestinian violence that has shown no signs of abating.
Netanyahu on Sunday called on world powers to punish Iran after the country test-fired two missiles emblazoned with the phrase “Israel must be wiped out” in Hebrew.
A Palestinian civilian at the scene was seriously injured. Police are investigating whether he was shot by the gunmen or by police.
The attack took place in the popular Jaffa port area, which is a favourite spot among tourists.
Israel says the projects are built illegally, so it can be demolished, but aid groups argue that obtaining necessary permits is nearly impossible.
A wave of violence in Israel and the Palestinian territories since October has killed 178 Palestinians as well as 28 Israelis, an American, a Sudanese and an Eritrean, according to an AFP toll.
Moshe Yaalon says Iran aims to destabilize the Middle East and other parts of the world and is training, funding and arming “emissaries” to spread a revolution.
The move kept commuters from leaving or exiting the West Bank city and led to frustration as lengthy queues formed in some areas.