Hundreds rallied in Gaza City to show solidarity with Palestinians in Jerusalem, after the most serious violence in nearly year at the flashpoint Al-Aqsa Mosque.
Thousands were gathering at the holy site for the weekly Friday prayers during the month of Ramadan when the clashes broke out. Medics say more than 150 Palestinians were left with injuries.
Israeli authorities said they had held negotiations with Muslim leaders to try to ensure calm. But they said Palestinians threw rocks at police after dawn prayers on Friday, igniting the clashes. Police then raided the compound, setting off a wider conflagration.
Palestinians view the deployment of Israeli police at the site as a provocation.
Order was later restored and tens of thousands of worshippers attended Friday prayers midday.
Friday's rally in Gaza was planned since Thursday, in light of recent tensions in Jerusalem.
Tensions have soared in recent weeks amid a series of deadly attacks in Israel and military raids across the occupied West Bank.
Last year, protests and clashes in and around Al-Aqsa helped ignite an 11-day Gaza war.
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