Moving US embassy nothing to do with Gaza violence - Nikki Haley

Moving US embassy nothing to do with Gaza violence - Nikki Haley

Moving US embassy nothing to do with Gaza violence - Nikki Haley

At the same time, Trump is winning global support for his efforts to strike a deal with nuclear-armed North Korea. Heyam added: 'The doctor told me she was martyred.' The shootings came amid global uproar over the Israeli military's use of deadly force against unarmed protesters.

Theresa May has called for an inquiry into the "tragic" deaths in Gaza as Israel faced growing condemnation over its killing of dozens of Palestinians.

"Traditionally we've tried to play a role of fireman in the Middle East".

"Who among us would accept this type of activity on your border?"

Hamas has said protests would continue weekly, but it was not clear if it would be able to maintain momentum during the Muslim fasting month of Ramadan, which begins this week. In Syria, Trump's eagerness to pull out USA troops as soon as the Islamic State group is defeated has forced a reckoning by Iran's enemies about the possibility that Tehran will fill the void.

An effigy of US President Donald Trump was ripped to shreds at a pro-Palestine demonstration in Diyarbakir, south-eastern Turkey, on Tuesday.

President Tayyip Erdoğan said during his trip to the United Kingdom that Israel is trying to drag the entire Middle East into a war. But he said the question is whether Trump's administration, having pulled out of the nuclear deal, has a strategy to deal with Iran in its absence. Israeli forces fired tear gas and live fire at Palestinian protesters, killing at least 60, including eight children, according to the Palestinian Health Ministry. Write or call your members of Congress and demand that they conduct an immediate investigation into Israel's actions and hold it accountable for violating human rights (US Campaign for Palestinian Rights has put together language and an e-mail tool).

Palestinians, who view the eastern part of Jerusalem as the capital of a future Palestinian state, were demonstrating against the opening of the new U.S. Embassy.

Turkey expelled Israel's ambassador, and Israel expelled the Turkish consul-general in Jerusalem. "It'll last as long as it lasts".

"I am profoundly alarmed and concerned by the sharp escalation of violence and the number of Palestinians killed and injured in the Gaza protests", said U.N. Secretary-General António Guterres.

That time, by all accounts, is not now.

Palestinian diplomats say they welcome the Trudeau government's decision not to attend the controversial opening of the new American embassy in Jerusalem on Monday.

"They were sitting on the side".

Responding on Twitter in English, Erdogan said: "Netanyahu is the PM of an apartheid state that has occupied a defenceless people's lands for 60+ yrs in violation of United Nations resolutions". Meanwhile, Turkish officials announced that Turkey's ambassadors to Israel and the United States were being recalled for consultations in protest over the Gaza killings. It voiced strong support for Israel's right to self-defense.

Netanyahu blamed Hamas for the Gaza violence.

The president of Turkey claimed that Hamas is not a terrorist organization in a Tuesday tweet directed at Israel's prime minister, calling Hamas's enemies "oppressors".

"Then all I saw was smoke everywhere and people screaming", Wafa al-Udaini, a resident of Gaza who participated in Monday's protests by the fence, told ABC News via text message.

Israel considers both Hamas and Hezbollah as terrorist groups.

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