France was the only G7 member to vote in favour of a UN General Assembly resolution last month seeking an immediate "humanitarian truce". The United States voted against while Japan, Britain, Italy, Germany and Canada all abstained.
On the streets of Tripoli and its suburbs, protests erupted Sunday evening to signify a refusal of normalisation with Israel. The protests spread to other cities where young people blocked roads, burned tyres and waved the Palestinian flag.
According to UN data, the exodus from al-Qabun, a small Bedouin village northeast of the city of Ramallah that numbered 89 people before the evacuation, represents the third case over four months in which a Palestinian community emptied out.