On Friday, Israeli forces said they had arrested a Palestinian on suspicion of stabbing and wounding an army reservist on guard duty at a checkpoint south of Nablus the previous day.
At least 50 protesters were injured by Israeli fire, Gaza media outlets reported. According to the Israeli military, all of the terrorists were killed.
Israel accuses the Islamist group Hamas, which controls Gaza, of orchestrating the protests along the border fence to provide cover for attacks and to distract from Gaza's economic plight.
Gaza's health ministry said late on Friday that a seventh Palestinian was killed.
Last Sunday, a Palestinian assailant killed two Israelis in a nearby settlement.
About 600,000 Israelis live in over 230 illegal settlements built since the 1967 Israeli occupation of the Palestinian territories of the West Bank and East Jerusalem al-Quds.
Four of the seven were killed in a single incident when they breached the Israeli side of the fence and approached an army post, the Israeli military said.
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Israeli troops killed six Palestinians as thousands thronged the border area in a Hamas-staged demonstration. An Israeli soldier was killed over the same period.
A later IDF statement called it a "blatant terror attack that was thwarted by IDF troops quickly and professionally which prevented a possible terror attack against civilians and IDF troops".
Tensions have been running high near the fence since March 30, which marked the start of a series of protests dubbed "The Great March of Return".
The infiltration occurred on Friday as 14,000 Palestinians rioted in several places along the border fence as part of the ongoing "march of return".
The fuel deal had been reached without the agreement of the officially recognized Palestinian government, in what diplomats said was a first for Gaza - which is controlled by the rival Palestinian faction, Hamas.
Ismail Haniyeh, Hamas' political leader, attended one of the funerals, pledging to keep up the protests until a decade-long Israeli-Egyptian blockade is lifted.
Nearly every evening, thousands of Gazans have been gathering for violent demonstrations at the Erez crossing and elsewhere, in what is regarded by some as part of Hamas's attempts to signal to Israel that it wants an economic solution to the Gaza Strip.