Protests continued along the border between Gaza and Israel on Friday on the occasion of Naksa Day.
Naksa Day marks the displacement of Palestinian people after Israel prevailed in the Six Day War.
Four people were reportedly killed and hundreds injured during Friday’s demonstrations in Gaza, according to Gaza’s Health Ministry.
Protests known as the March of Return were launched along the Gaza-Israel border on March 30 to demand the right for people to return to their pre-1948 homes in historical Palestine.
As of May 21, a total of 128 Palestinians had been killed by Israeli forces and over 13,000 had been injured, according to the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs.