Another large-scale protest is planned for Tuesday, when Palestinians mark their "nakba", or catastrophe, referring to their mass uprooting during the Mideast war over Israel's 1948 creation.
For the most part, though, Palestinians and Israelis have been focused elsewhere this week.
A Palestinian protester throws back a teargas canister at Israeli soldiers as others burn tyres near the Israeli fence during a protest at the Gaza Strip's border with Israel, Friday, May 11, 2018. Israeli soldiers fired tear gas volleys from the other side of the border fence.
The protest was the latest in a series of protests across the Islamic world sparked by Trump's announcement in December.
Palestinian protesters burn tires around 100 metres away from the border creating a massive smog to blind the Israeli armed forces targeting young men, women, children and journalists indiscriminately, in Gaza strip, on May 11, 2018.
Earlier this week, Hamas's leader in Gaza Yahya Sinwar said he hoped that hundreds of thousands of Palestinians would breach the border fence from Gaza into Israel during next week's protests.
The Latest on Palestinian protests in Gaza that turned deadly when Israeli troops fired into the crowd. Palestinians have used cars as weapons in recent years, and the incident came amid heightened tensions between the two groups driven by protests in Gaza where Israeli troops have killed dozens of Palestinians. ( TRTWorld ) Palestinians protest on the frontline to small hill tops alongside the press to avoid the Israeli military's attacks.
At previous peace talks, the Palestinians have always demanded, along with sovereignty in the West Bank, Gaza, East Jerusalem and the Old City, a "right of return" to Israel for Palestinian refugees who left or were forced out of Israel when it was established. He said 146 people sustained injuries after being shot by live bullets.
US President Donald Trump will address around 800 US and Israeli dignitaries at the ceremonial opening of the American embassy in Jerusalem by video on Monday, the US ambassador said.