Numerous Palestinians wounded at Israel-Gaza border fence
Leaders of Israel's Arab community are calling for a commercial strike in their towns and villages.
TEL AVIV - Several Palestinians have been wounded and detained in clashes with the Israeli army at the Israel-Gaza border fence.
At least 200 Gazans are heeding the call by Hamas to protest in support of the so-called Palestinian uprising in east Jerusalem.
There are also attempts to enter Israel.
Meanwhile, leaders of Israel's Arab community are calling for a commercial strike in their towns and villages.
It follows a series of deadly attacks this morning.
Three Israelis have been killed and dozens wounded in five attacks in Jerusalem, Ra'anana and Kiryat Ata today.
Roads into Jerusalem have been closed off following the deadly attacks.
Hamas has praised the attacks, saying they are "a message to anyone who harms our holy places".
Hamas is calling to continue the intifada, which is the natural response to the world's silence.
Palestinian groups have declared today a Day of Rage across the West Bank, Gaza and east Jerusalem.
Meanwhile, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is set to convene his Security Cabinet in a few hours to decide on further steps to take.
Both Netanyahu and the Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas are appealing for calm but the violence shows no signs of abating.