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There were also small protests in the Israeli-occupied West Bank.
But the main focus was Gaza, from which Israeli soldiers and settlers withdrew in 2005 after 38 years.
Peace talks to that end have been frozen since 2014.
The protest is scheduled to culminate on May 15, the day Palestinians commemorate what they call the "Nakba," or "Catastrophe" when the Israeli state was created.
Eighty-year-old Mansi Nassar walked towards the sensitive frontier with the aid of his cane, disregarding entreaties to remain 700 metres from the barrier.The protest organisers include Hamas and representatives of other Palestinian factions.Hamas leader Ismail Haniyeh spoke at one tent encampment on Friday, saying that Gazans were demanding a "return to Palestine, all of Palestine."I was born in Beit Darras inside Palestine and I will accept no less than returning to it," he said, referring to his former home village just south of the modern Israeli city of Ashdod. Israel has long ruled out any right of return, fearing an influx of Arabs that would wipe out its Jewish majority.It argues that refugees should resettle in a future state the Palestinians seek in the Israeli-occupied West Bank and Gaza.