Palestinian protesters responded by hurling rocks and other debris at Israeli security forces while burning tires along the border fence line.
Monday's protests in Gaza had coincided with Israel's 70th anniversary - an event Palestinians refer to as Nakba or the catastrophe - and the relocation of the United States embassy to Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem.
Israeli occupation forces killed more than 100 Palestinian protesters and injured thousands since The Right of Return marches tarted in March.
The death toll led to worldwide condemnations of Israel and calls for an independent investigation.
- Supporting the decisions taken by the Palestinian leadership in defense of the rights of the Palestinian people at various levels and in response to the transfer of the US Embassy to Jerusalem, including accession to more worldwide treaties and organizations, and referral of the Israeli crimes, including its colonial and settlement files, to the appropriate global courts and mechanisms.
In her remarks, Ms. Mohammad also cautioned against the establishment and expansion of more Israeli settlements in the West Bank and East Jerusalem, noting that it displaced more Palestinians and was a major impediment to talks towards a two-state solution.
Arab League chief calls for worldwide probe into Israel crimes against Palestinians
Friday - when the protests usually peak - will be a key test over whether the current round of unrest will continue on any level. The MPs said they were troubled by the shooting of Dr. Loubani, but blamed Monday's violence on Hamas.
In 1967, before Israel's victory in the Six Day War, 196,000 Jews lived in Jerusalem, compared to only 55,000 Palestinian Muslims. One was reportedly an eight-month-old girl.
The Arab League on Thursday called for an global investigation into Israel's killing of dozens of protesters on the Gaza border as its foreign ministers met in Cairo to discuss their response.
The Arab foreign ministers' meeting in Cairo came after Egyptian President Abdel Fattah El Sisi on Wednesday said his government was communicating with both sides "so that this bloodshed would stop". There have been numerous calls for an independent investigation into the deaths, with Britain, Germany, Canada and Switzerland among those supporting such action.
Palestinian Foreign Minister Riyad al-Maliki called on the league members to recall their ambassadors to the US.
While Trudeau did not elaborate on who might carry out such an investigation, similar inquiries in the past have been launched by the United Nations - and have focused nearly exclusively on flimsy allegations of war crimes and crimes against humanity by the IDF, while minimizing or disregarding the role of Hamas. Only 3 were Islamic Jihad. Hamas denies Israeli claims that it orchestrated the demonstrations, saying it supports them but that they were organised independently.