Alwaght- Two Palestinian teenagers were shot and killed by Israeli regime forces, during clashes on Thursday have been buried on Friday in the besieged Gaza Strip and occupied West Bank.
In Gaza, thousands of Palestinians paid farewell to Amir Abu Musaed, 15, who died of his wounds shortly after being shot by IOF soldiers east of al-Buraij refugee camp in Central Gaza.
The mourners shouted slogans condemning the Israeli occupation and threatening to avenge the killing of both teens.
Thousands of mourners also attended the funeral procession of Ali Qino, 16, who was killed by Israeli regime Forces near a makeshift checkpoint south of Nablus in the northern West Bank.
Tel Aviv regime forces regularly use of excessive force against Palestinian protesters who did not pose a grave threat to occupation troops.
Meanwhile, protests were held today across Palestine as part "day of rage" protests held every Friday following the controversial December 6th decision by Trump on al-Quds.
Elsewhere, Palestinian factions on Friday held a massive rally in Central Gaza in support of Occupied Jerusalem and in protest at the US President Donald Trump’s decision to recognize the holy city as the capital of Israel.
The march kicked off after Friday prayer with the participation of thousands of Palestinians in al-Nusairat and al-Buraij refugee camps.
The popular action official in Central Gaza, Khalil Shahin, said that the unjust decision is a violation of the Islamic holy places. He stressed that Occupied Jerusalem has been subjected to escalated systematic Judaization practices by Israeli occupation authorities.
Shahin called on the international community and all human rights organizations and countries to bear their responsibilities especially Arab and Muslim states.