Israeli troops have killed 41 Palestinians and wounded more than 5,000 others since the protests began on March 30.
Yasser Murtaja, a cameraman for Palestinian Ain Media, was the 29th Palestinian killed in the week-long protests.
Gaza officials said at least 400 people were wounded by gunfire, while others were struck by rubber bullets or tear gas.
Noga Kadman is a licensed Israeli tour guide. She is also the author of a book, based on her masters thesis, that tells us about each and every one of the 418 Palestinian villages depopulated in 1948 in order to make Israel a Jewish country.
"What will we Palestinians do? Even if we survive, we can't go back to our land. You know our history. And we no longer have a home to return to here either. It's better to go to a different country," Laila said.
When I think back on my first visit to historical Palestine I'm astounded by how little I actually learned about the plight of the Palestinians. It was not until I ventured to the other side of the apartheid wall that I began to understand how heavy-handed and violent the occupation really is.
“My father was a refugee and half of his family was killed in the Nazi time, so how I can resist helping these people?”