Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas called on residents across the occupied West Bank to hold a general strike on Tuesday in honour of those killed in the Gaza Strip.
A Gazan doctor told the Associated Press that the baby, Layla Ghandour, had a preexisting medical condition and that he did not believe her death was caused by tear gas.
It is worth mentioning that Israeli planes also dropped Sim cards at the protesters in al-Boreij and Khan Younis, in an attempt to recruit collaborators who would inform on their people.
Earlier, funerals began for some of those killed, coinciding with the day Palestinians call the Nakba, or "catastrophe", which commemorates when more than 700,000 of them fled or were expelled from their homes in the 1948-49 war that followed the creation of the State of Israel.More news: Meghan Markle's half-sister claims responsibility for dad's photoshoot set up
In preparation for a further wave of protests, tanks rolled in and sharpshooters took up positions on the Israeli side of the border.
Weeping helplessly, a mother cradles her lifeless eight-month-old daughter yesterday - an apparent victim of Israeli tear gas - as a picture emerged of a double amputee using a slingshot against troops.
The Israeli military said at least 24 of those killed on Monday were "terrorists with documented terror background" and majority were active operatives of Hamas.
He eventually found his mother close to the border and handed Leila over to her.More news: Observing Ramadan Means So Much More to Me Than Just Fasting
Palestinian people carry a man injured in shooting against Israel army in Gaza strip on 15 May 2018.
"I could barely breathe", she said.
Health officials in Gaza said two more Palestinians were killed by Israeli gunfire during protests near the border in Gaza yesterday. "We got away from the gas and gave Leila to my sister and went looking for two other children so we could leave. I took her to the children's hospital and the doctor told me she was martyred [dead]".
On Monday, tens of thousands of Palestinians rallied near Israel's border fence to protest a blockade of their territory and the move of the US Embassy to contested Jerusalem that day.More news: Nokia X6: What we know so far
"Starting tomorrow, the United Nations, together with worldwide partners will need to focus and redouble efforts to implement projects that will have an immediate impact on improving the electricity, water and health situation as a matter of urgency", he said.