In a day of rapidly unfolding violence, the latest in an eight-week surge of stabbings, shootings and car rammings, four more people, including attackers, were killed.
The gas station stabbing took place on the 443 highway from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, which cuts in parts through the West Bank.
Over the past two months, Palestinian stabbings and other attacks have killed at least 19 Israelis, while about 90 Palestinians have been killed by Israeli fire.
It is the worst violence to strike the region since the Gaza war last year, fuelling talk of a new Palestinian uprising, or Intifada, against Israel's occupation.
. Israeli soldiers stand guard at a junction, where a 21-year-old Israeli woman was stabbed to death on Sunday, in the Gush Etzion settlement block of the West Bank. A military spokesman said the assailant was shot and killed.
Two Palestinian girls, one aged 14 and the other 16, used scissors to stab and slightly wound a 70-year-old man, who turned out to be Palestinian, not Israeli.
. An Israeli woman in shock is evacuated by emergency personnel following the stabbing attack near the market.
. Israel motorcycle riot police stop and search a man near the Mahane Yehuda market.
. Relatives and friends of Hadar Buchris mourn during her funeral at Jerusalem cemetery. Buchris, 21, was killed by a Palestinian stabbing attacker at the central bus station in the Gush Etzion settlement block of the West Bank on Nov. 22.
Israel says the current spate of violence is due to a Palestinian campaign of lies and incitement surrounding the holy site, which is revered by Muslims and Jews. The Palestinians say the violence is rooted in frustration over nearly a half-century of occupation and they accuse Israel of using excessive force to suppress the unrest.
• Gallery: Palestinian Attacks Kill Three Israelis in 'Day of Rage'