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Tue May 15, 2018 07:12AM
Palestinians carry national flags as they stage a rally to mark the 69th anniversary of 'Nakba Day', in the West Bank city of Ramallah, Monday, May 15, 2017. (Photo by AP)
 
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Palestinians carry national flags as they stage a rally to mark the 69th anniversary of 'Nakba Day', in the West Bank city of Ramallah, Monday, May 15, 2017. (Photo by AP)

A day after the Israeli bloodshed in Gaza, the Palestinians are marking the 70th anniversary of Nakba (Catastrophe Day), when the Tel Aviv regime forced them out of their homeland and declared its existence on occupied territory.

Palestinians both in the Gaza Strip and the occupied West Bank are taking part in a general strike as they prepare for mass rallies later in the day to protest the creation of the Israeli entity and renew the call for a return to their homeland.

Nakba Day is commemorated on May 15 every year, marking the day after Israel declared its existence in 1948. That year also saw a war between Israel and a coalition of Arab states over the control of Palestine, during which some 700,000 Palestinians were driven out of their homes and hundreds of Palestinian towns and villages were destroyed.

Palestinian mourners carry the body of a man killed by Israeli forces, on May 14, 2018 in Gaza City. (Photo by AFP)

The Israeli military remains on high alert in preparation for Tuesday's protests, a day after its forces unleashed yet another brutal crackdown on Palestinian protesters in Gaza, killing 58 people on the spot and wounding over 2,700 others.

The Monday protests in Gaza were part of the “March of Return,” which first began on March 30 with the aim of condemning Israel’s occupation and demanding their right to return.

Earlier on Tuesday, Gaza’s Health Ministry said that an eight-month-old baby identified as Leila al-Ghandourhad died of teargas inhalation suffered on Monday.

Most of the fatalities, it added, were caused by “sniper fire.”

The father of Leila al-Ghandour (C), a Palestinian baby of 8 months who died of tear gas inhalation in East Gaza the previous day, mourns her in front of the morgue of al-Shifa hospital in Gaza City on May 15, 2018. (Photo by AFP)

Another Palestinian also succumbed to the wounds he sustained during Monday's rallies, bringing the death toll to 60.

Khaled Batch, the head of the grassroots organizing committee of Palestinian protests, says Gazans on Nakba Day will hold funeral for the victims, suggesting there will be no protests at the fence which separates the coastal enclave from the Israeli-occupied lands.

Monday, which marked the bloodiest day for Palestinians since the 2014 Gaza war, also saw the official relocation of the American embassy from Tel Aviv to the occupied Jerusalem al-Quds.

The Israeli carnage in Gaza and the transfer of the US embassy prompted international condemnations, with the UN Security Council expected to convene an emergency meeting on Tuesday to address the situation in Palestine.

An Israeli officer pulls a sign from a Palestinian protestor outside the new US embassy in Jerusalem Monday May 14, 2018. (Photo by AP)

Tensions have flared across the Palestinian territories since last December, when the United States declared Jerusalem al-Quds in the Tel Aviv-occupied West Bank as the regime’s so-called capital, and said the American embassy would be transferred from Tel Aviv to the holy city.

Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (2nd left), his wife Sara Netanyahu (left), senior White House advisor Jared Kushner (3rd left), US president's daughter Ivanka Trump (center), and US Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin attend the opening ceremony of the new US embassy in Jerusalem al-Quds, May 14, 2018. (Photo by AP)

Palestinians have historically sought the city’s eastern part as the capital of their future state.

Both Washington’s allies and foes have criticized it for illegally declaring an occupied city as Israel’s “capital,” saying it would throw an already trouble-ridden region into more chaos.

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