Israel sees the protests as potential cover for cross-border attacks and a bid by Hamas to distract from its internal governance problems.
Israel also lifted its ban on fishing boats operating off of Gaza's coast on Friday.
According to a statement released by Haniyeh's office, the two men discussed ongoing ceasefire talks with Israel and prospects for lifting Israel's 12-year blockade of the Gaza Strip.
It is worth noting that a senior Egyptian security intelligence delegation has been in Gaza since Thursday to follow up the implementation of a calm understanding reached between Israel and Gazan factions.
A Palestinian was killed by Israeli fire during new clashes on the Gaza border Friday, the health ministry in the Hamas-ruled enclave said.
Gazans have held weekly rallies since March 2018, primarily to draw global attention to the dire living conditions.
Lakers, Ty Lue reach 'impasse without a deal'
The Los Angeles Lakers have apparently moved on from Tyronn Lue . "We don't know what the hell is going on in Los Angeles". The prospect of Lue feeling uncomfortable with two former head coaches on his staff is certainly understandable.
Over the past five decades, even at peace times, the number of Israeli settlers has increased constantly: when the Oslo Agreements were signed 25 years ago, there were 100,000 settlers, compared to more than 600,000 at present in that occupied Palestinian territory, he pointed out.
Palestinian Muslim worshipers pray at Al Omari mosque in Gaza City.
Militants in Gaza fired hundreds of rockets at Israel last weekend, prompting Israeli forces to strike dozens of targets inside the Strip in response.
But whether it was the recent rocket fire, boycott calls, or simply prohibitive ticket and travel costs for some European fans, the Tel Aviv Hotel Association said the contest has attracted far fewer foreign visitors than expected. In addition, four Israelis were killed.
UN-OCHA said in its biweekly Protection of Civilians Report that the demolitions took place on the pretext of construction without a permit.