Palestinians in the West Bank village of Dura on Wednesday buried three construction workers shot dead by Israeli soldiers the previous day.
The killings triggered the worst day of violence in the West Bank in months.
At least 32 Palestinians were injured by rubber bullets in stone throwing clashes with Israeli soldiers in a number of West bank towns and villages.
Troubles flared again on the streets of cities throughout the West Bank.
Palestinians - angry at the latest killings - hurled stones at Israeli troops outside a refugee camp near Hebron.
The soldiers replied with gunfire.
Fiery calls for vengeance and tears of private sorrow in the West Bank village of Dura as three construction workers shot dead by Israeli soldiers on Tuesday are buried.
More than 10-thousand people joined a funeral procession that snaked through the narrow hilly streets to the sound of Koranic verses.
Among the mourners were old men leaning on canes and young masked activists who shouted "Netanyahu is bad, and we'll kill him".
The bodies of the three labourers were driven to a small cemetery in white vans decorated with wreaths of flowers.
Palestinian policemen ran alongside the procession to keep order.
Tuesday's shooting occurred at an army roadblock near the village of Tarkoumiah, west of Hebron, when a van carrying Palestinian workers returning from jobs in Israel tried to bypass a line of cars waiting at the roadblock.
The army said soldiers opened fire after the van struck and injured one of the soldiers.
A Palestinian passenger said troops began shooting after the van sped up to prevent another car from cutting in front of the vehicle.
The killings triggered the worst day of violence in the West Bank in months, with at least 32 Palestinians injured by rubber bullets in stone throwing clashes with Israeli soldiers.
Some of the fiercest clashes took place in Ramallah.
Here, hundreds of students from Bir Zeit University clashed with Israeli soldiers who
shot and wounded at least seven protestors.
The killings came amid growing Palestinian frustration over the stalled peace talks with Israel and there is concern that the incident could trigger widespread violence.
Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat denounced the killings of the labourers as a "big crime".
"It is a big crime against our workers and our labourers who were returning from their work to their homes."
SUPER CAPTION: Yasser Arafat, Palestinian President
The Islamic militant movement Hamas said Israel was bearing the responsibility for the latest violent developments in the region.
"All the Israeli events between the Palestinians and the Israelis stopping areas were intended and planned by the Israeli governments. So we are considering that the Israeli authority, the Israeli government are responsible of the killings."
SUPER CAPTION: Mahmud al-Zahar, Hamas movement spokesman in Gaza
Israel on Tuesday expressed its condolences for the incident.
A day later, Defence Minister Yitzhak Mordechai reiterated that the Jewish state was sorry and added the Israeli army was investigating the incident.
"We are very sorry about those people who were killed yesterday. We are investigating what happened there. I am going to be there, in the area this afternoon to find out what happened there. I think what it needs is to ask everybody here in this area and in other places to keep order and law and not to change the direction that all of us would like to mobilise the area to the peace-time."
SUPER CAPTION: Yitzhak Mordechai, Israeli Defence Minister
Before Wednesday's funeral, Palestinians clashed briefly with Israeli soldiers outside Dura.
Hospital officials in Hebron said 25 Palestinians were injured in Hebron and Dura.
Two of the injured are said to be in a serious condition.
An Israeli border policeman was slightly injured in the stone throwing.