Egyptian mediators visited the Gaza Strip and the West Bank in an attempt to preserve the truce.
Sunday marked the third day of a cease-fire between Israel and Hamas, as authorities in Gaza and international medical agencies rush to help those affected by Israeli airstrikes.
In Jerusalem, Israeli police allowed Jewish visitors to enter the disputed holy site of the Al-Aqsa Mosque, which is revered by both adherents of Judaism and adherents of Islam, without incident. The Al-Aqsa conflict was one of the events that triggered 11 days of violence between Israel and Hamas militants in Gaza.
The fiercest fighting in the region since 2014 has killed 248 people in Gaza and 13 in Israel.
The International Committee of the Red Cross reported that medical equipment and supplies were being sent to Gaza to treat the wounded and to live in conditions of destroyed infrastructure.
Palestinian officials estimate that the reconstruction will cost tens of millions of dollars.
Israel said it was doing everything it could to avoid civilian casualties and blamed Hamas for rocket attacks targeting Israelis.
Some Progressive Democrats in the United States have called for an end to arms sales to Israel, including an impending $ 735 million shipment.
Meanwhile, Egyptian mediators visited Gaza and also met with Hamas ‘ rival in the West Bank, Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas, in an attempt to maintain the ceasefire. Egypt’s Foreign minister was expected to meet with the Jordanian leadership on Sunday to discuss de-escalation and the possibility of reviving the Middle East peace process.