Israeli settlers have attacked Palestinian villages in the northern part of the occupied West Bank after a Palestinian gunman killed two Israeli settlers.
According to the Palestinian Health Ministry, overnight fighting near Nablus resulted in the death of one Palestinian man and more than 100 injuries.
According to a local official, numerous cars and homes were also set on fire.
It came after the two Israelis, brothers from a nearby settlement, were killed along a highway.
In addition to sending in more troops, the Israeli military claimed it was still looking for the Palestinian who shot Hillel Yaniv, 22, and Yagel Yaniv, 20.
Israeli and Palestinian officials made the commitment to reduce tensions earlier on Sunday during a summit in Jordan.
Videos that surfaced hours after the summit concluded showed a sizable group of Israeli settlers entering the village of Hawara, located about four miles (six kilometers) south of Nablus, setting fire to homes, and throwing rocks. .
Ghassan Daghlas, a Palestinian official who keeps an eye on settlement activity in the Nablus region, reported to the Palestinian Wafa news agency that 15 vehicles and 30 houses had been set on fire or damaged by rocks.
He added that settlers also destroyed a house and a water tank in Asira al-Qabaliyya, as well as a barn and three vehicles in nearby Burin.
Sameh Aqtash, 37, was shot in the stomach during a settlers attack in Zaatara, according to the Palestinian health ministry. He later passed away.
Palestinians criticized Israeli security forces for failing to protect them in this area of the West Bank, which is completely under Israeli control.
Mahmoud Abbas, the president of the Palestinian Authority, declared that he held the Israeli government entirely accountable for what he called "the terrorist acts committed by Israeli settlers, protected by the Israeli occupation forces.".
Benjamin Netanyahu, the prime minister of Israel, pleaded for calm and urged settlers to give the military and security forces in his country the freedom to concentrate on apprehending the assailant of the two Israelis.
He pleaded in a video statement, "I beg you, don't take the law into your own hands when blood is boiling and the spirit is hot.".
In response to the fatal attack on the brothers, who lived in the settlement of Har Bracha, one and a half miles (2 kilometers) south of Nablus, settlers called for a march to Hawara in order to "seek revenge.".
The two men were traveling through Hawara when a Palestinian man rammed their car, shot them both multiple times, and fled the scene.
The shooter was reportedly sporting a shirt bearing the logo of the Lions' Den, a Palestinian militant organization based in Nablus, though no group has yet claimed responsibility for the attack.
The West Bank's deadliest such operation since 2005 targeted members of the group in a raid by Israeli forces on Nablus last Wednesday, which resulted in the deaths of 11 Palestinians, including several civilians.
Israeli authorities claim to be attempting to stop the recent wave of deadly attacks against Israelis by conducting waves of search, arrest, and intelligence gathering raids in Nablus and the nearby city of Jenin.
Israeli forces have killed more than 60 Palestinians since the beginning of this year, including militants and civilians. With the exception of a paramilitary police officer, all 13 victims of attacks on the Israeli side were civilians.