On Monday, several Palestinians in Gaza were killed while protesting the opening of the United States' embassy in Jerusalem.
The blood-filled demonstration - which cost the lives of at least 60 protesters - came in response to a decision announced by U.S. President Donald Trump to recognize Jerusalem as Israel's capital and consequently move the embassy from Tel Aviv.
While international leaders and allies from Europe and the Middle East condemned the decision made at the end of 2017, 32 out of 86 invited countries attended the opening, according to an Al Jazeera report.
Israeli forces cold-bloodedly killed 60 protestors and injured over 2,400 others, as Palestinians marked 70 years since Nakba - the establishment of Israel and the displacement of Palestinians on May 15, 1948.
In what has been the deadliest day for Palestinians killed by Israeli forces since the 2014 Gaza war, eight-month-old baby, Laila Anwar al-Ghandour, died as a result of tear gas inhalation east of the Gaza Strip.
As casualties increased by the minute, Gaza's main hospital, Al-Shifa, was reportedly "on the brink of collapse."
Head of the emergency department in Al-Shifa, Ayman al-Sahabani, told Al Jazeera about the cases of 18 people who have died on Monday while waiting to receive medical care.
8-month-old Leila Ghandour dies of tear gas inhalation
On Twitter and all over the news, people didn't hold back on expressing their reactions and opinions regarding the deadliest day in Gaza since 2014's war.
The newly opened U.S. embassy has caused outraged online.