A Palestinian was slightly injured Saturday when an assailant shot at a group of Arab workers pruning a citrus grove near Tel Aviv, the army said.

Also Saturday, three Israelis were injured when stones were thrown at their car as they drove past the Dheisheh refugee camp in the occupied West Bank, casuing them to crash, Israel radio said.Police searched the town of Nes Ziyyona, about nine miles south of Tel Aviv, for the Arabs' attacker. Police said they did not know whether the shooting was related to the 39-month-old Palestinian uprising against Israeli rule of the Gaza Strip and the West Bank.

The Arab workers live in the Gaza Strip.

Violence related to the uprising has left at least 806 Palestinians and 62 Israelis dead. In the latest violence, a Palestinian stabbed to death four Jewish women in Jerusalem last week.

Army radio identified Saturday's victim was a 43-year-old Palestinian from the village of Beit Lahia. He was hospitalized with a slight leg wound, the radio said.

Elsewhere in the occupied territories, reports said at least five Palestinians were wounded in clashes with Israeli troops.