Palestinians are planning to protest again this Friday at the border fence.
According to the Palestinian Health Ministry, more than 1,500 Palestinian demonstrators have been injured - many seriously - over the same period.
It was the bloodiest day since a 2014 war. Israel's response appears to have been excessive, as human rights groups have asserted. Palestinians revere brethren killed in the conflict with Israel as martyrs.
A Palestinian was killed by an Israeli air strike on the Gaza border early Thursday, the health ministry in the Palestinian enclave said, as tensions increased ahead of new protests. Moreover, he slammed various countries and global organisations for their "apathetic" stance towards the situation in Gaza and the Israeli animosity, violence against the Palestinians and the violation of human rights.
The Israeli authorities have recently deported a Palestinian mother, who is married and was living with her Jerusalemite Palestinian husband and children for the past sixteen years, after repeatedly denying her applications for residency in the occupied city.
An independent and transparent investigation is an obvious way to get at the truth.
He said the deal with the United Nations called for sending half of them to Western nations and allowing the rest to remain in Israel.
With President Donald Trump apparently ignoring last week's massacre in a phone call to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, senior Israeli officials brushed off pleas from human rights groups to rescind orders that permit snipers to open fire on protesters who approach Israel's perimeter fence. More than two-thirds of Gazans are refugees from villages that have since been destroyed and their descendants.
Late Monday, Netanyahu said he was "suspending" the deal in order to discuss the arrangement Tuesday with Israeli residents of south Tel Aviv areas with large migrant populations. Under Mr. Netanyahu, Israel has expanded its claims to land that Palestinians seek for their own state.
Ismail Radwan, a senior Hamas official, said mass protests would continue as planned, despite Lieberman's threats. Participants were told to bring gas masks or medical masks if they had them, sunglasses or other eye protection, and if they had them, laser sticks - also to be used to blind Israeli soldiers. Israel-Palestinian peace talks have been frozen since 2014.
The March 30 rallies kicked off a six-week protest that will culminate on May 15, which will mark the 70th anniversary of Israel's establishment - an event Palestinians refer to as the "Nakba" or "Catastrophe". The demonstration will come the day after the United States formally opens its embassy in Jerusalem.
UN Middle East envoy Nickolay Mladenov on Thursday urged Israel to show "maximum restraint" and Palestinians to "avoid friction" during protests at the Gaza-Israel border.