Palestinians in Jerusalem, the West Bank and Gaza Strip attended Eid al-Fitr prayers on Sunday, marking the end of the fasting month of Ramadan.
Thousands of Muslim worshippers flocked to the al-Aqsa mosque in Jerusalem's Old City, Islam's third holiest site, before heading to graveyards at the ancient Muslim cemetery to pray for their loved ones - a tradition on the morning of Eid.
Prayers in the West Bank city of Ramallah were attended by Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas who laid a wreath at the grave of his predecessor Yasser Arafat.
In Gaza City prayers were led by Hamas Chief Ismail Haniyeh.
Another Hamas senior official, Khalil al-Hayya, thanked Egypt amid reports that talks with Hamas in Cairo this month may lead to the regulation and a possible increase of the amount of days per week in which Rafah border crossing will be open.
Eid al-Fitr, also known as the 'small holiday', marks the start of a three-day holiday as Muslims exchange gifts, visit family and friends at home, and throw elaborate feasts.