Tension are high a day after three Palestinians were killed and 16 Israelis injured amid Palestinian anger at US President Donald Trump's Middle East peace plan, unveiled last week with Israel's prime minister at his side.
"Mohammed al Haddad, 17, was killed by a bullet that penetrated his heart in clashes with occupation [forces] in Hebron," Palestinian Health Ministry says.
Israeli forces used rubber bullets and tear gas canisters to break up the marches as protesters take to streets against Trump's so-called "deal of the century."
Hamas political chief Ismail Haniya said he contacted Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas to discuss possible joint actions against US President Trump's Middle East plan.
The plan, seen as overwhelmingly supportive of Israeli goals and drafted with no Palestinian input, gives the Jewish state a US green light to annex key parts of the occupied West Bank.
The ‘Deal of the Century’ has gone back on years of promises and negotiations that Palestinians have already endured, and rejected.
The US plan was warmly welcomed by Israel's prime minister, who called it a "historic day" for the Jewish state.
Israel's draconian control over freedom of movement has haunted Palestinians for decades. Now its debilitating effect on society means many Palestinians are finding love, and getting married, over social media.
A splintered Palestinian resistance allows Israel to manage its occupational forces on Palestinian territories and continue annexing more Arab lands.
Israel and the United States have both refused to sign up to the International Criminal Court, which was set up in 2002 to be the only global tribunal trying the world's worst crimes, war crimes and crimes against humanity.
The rebuttal came after reports that accused Turkey of permitting senior Hamas figures to order attacks against Israel from Istanbul.
Palestinian Foreign Affairs Minister Riad Malki said the report is “based on misleading narratives of a political nature ... rather than an objective and accurate description of the relevant facts.”
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