The Palestinian Ministry of Health says the man, identified as Amir Atef Reyan of Qarawet Bani Hassan, succumbed to his wounds.
Israeli troops shot dead a Palestinian who allegedly ran at them with a knife at a bus station in the occupied West Bank, the army said.
Referring to an initial investigation, it said in a statement Friday that the man arrived in a car at a junction near the Jewish settlement of Ariel, got out and “armed with a knife, ran to the bus station where civilians and IDF soldiers were “standing”.
The Palestinian Ministry of Health has identified the deceased as Amir Atef Reyan. He is said to have succumbed to his wounds as a resident of Qarawet Bani Hassan, a village in Salfit in the West Bank.
Members of the Palestinian Red Crescent said Israeli forces prevented their paramedics from reaching the young man to treat him before he was transferred to a hospital.
Photos and videos published online show the Palestinian man lying face down at a junction near an Israeli settlement before being taken away in an ambulance.
The Israeli army said it was pursuing whoever was in the vehicle, who fled the scene, afterwards.
The West Bank has seen sporadic violence since U.S.-sponsored talks on the establishment of a Palestinian state alongside Israel came to a halt in 2014.
Settler violence against Palestinians has intensified in recent weeks after a Jewish settler was shot dead by a Palestinian gunman in the northern parts of the West Bank.
The murder set one on fire series of settler attacks which left at least four Palestinians wounded and resulted in a series of confrontations between Palestinians and Israeli forces.
Israel conquered the West Bank in 1967, wanting the Palestinians to form the bulk of their future state. About 600 000 Jewish settlers lives in more than 130 settlements spread over the occupied territory, which is also home to more than 2.5 million Palestinians.
The Palestinians and the wider international community view the growing Israeli settlements as a violation of international law that threatens a two-state solution to the conflict.