Gazan protesters are expected to return to the border on Friday for the first time since the temporary ceasefire and with less than a week before marking the Nakba (or “catastrophe”) where Palestinians commemorate the more than 700,000 Palestinians who fled or were expelled in the 1948 war that followed Israel’s creation.

Palestinian militant factions have threatened to resume fighting if protesters are shot on the border or if the ceasefire deal is not implemented, while Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has warned repeatedly that the campaign in Gaza has not ended.

Gaza factions on Friday reportedly told Egyptian mediators in visiting the blockaded enclave that they will fire rockets on Tel Aviv if any Palestinians are killed in clashes with Israeli troops on Friday.

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