Video footage showed Israeli forces striking pallbearers with batons ahead of the Al Jazeera journalist's funeral in the Old City of occupied East Jerusalem.
The Salhiya family were evicted from their home in the Sheikh Jarrah neighbourhood of occupied East Jerusalem after a standoff that lasted for two days.
VICE News Correspondent Hind Hassan reports from Jerusalem.
Thousands of Palestinians celebrated the ceasefire between Israel and Hamas, ending 11 days of violence. But for most the celebrations are bittersweet.
A rising death-toll. Mob violence in the streets. And four Palestinian families waiting to hear whether they will be evicted from their homes.
An Israeli police officer almost throws a stun grenade at a crowd of medics, but appears to change his mind when he realises a VICE News correspondent is filming him.
Graphic footage showed a white car being pelted with stones before it crashed into Palestinian protesters. The incident came during rising violence, and ahead of a controversial march that looked set to inflame an already chaotic situation.
Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif called it "the dream project of a bankruptcy-ridden real estate developer."
The consulate acted for decades as a de facto embassy for the Palestinians.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison has described the controversial move as a "sensible" proposal.
"We are going to Jerusalem, even if a million of us are martyred!"
Dozens of civilians are dead and thousands more injured in the latest outburst of insane violence in Gaza. Yet the US debate seems frozen.