Israeli air strikes wounded 25 people, including six children, in the Gaza Strip, Palestinian health ministry said Friday.
According to the ministry, the injuries varied from light to moderate.
The wounded were immediately admitted to a hospital, the ministry added.
The Israeli army said it targeted Palestinian resistance movement Hamas' military facilities in Gaza.
Two Palestinian protesters were killed on the Gaza border and over 300 others were injured earlier on Friday in different parts of the occupied West Bank and in east Jerusalem's Al-Aqsa Mosque compound as Israeli security forces did not hesitate to use force, including using live ammunition and tear gas to disperse protests.
Thousands of Palestinian demonstrators took to the streets after midday prayer in the West Bank and east Jerusalem to protest the decision by U.S. President Donald Trump to recognize Jerusalem as Israel's capital, which has also received strong opposition worldwide.
Trump announced on Dec. 6 that the U.S. embassy in Tel Aviv will be relocated to Jerusalem, which will be recognized as the capital of Israel by the U.S. The international community has criticized the decision, saying it has ended the efforts to reach a two-state solution and the peace process.