Palestinian envoy recalled from Washington over Israeli embassy move


"No country in this chamber would act with more restraint than Israel has", she added. It's for you Irish people to raise your voice and say, "no enough is enough". "They're not doing anything".

Most of the dead were killed by Israeli fire near the border, after troops used tear gas and live ammunition to try and disperse the crowd. "Our homes were destroyed", Afghani said.

"There's been continuous violation of worldwide law and human rights of people who have been dispossessed and driven out of their homeland in 1948 - hundreds of thousands of them", Zayid said.

Ismail Abdullah, who visited Palestine two weeks ago, said he believed that it was the collusion and collaboration of world powers like the United States and Britain who have denied the freedom and rights of Palestinian people.

African National Congress (ANC) regional secretary Themba Xathula told the small crowd that solidarity work must continue and called for a much bigger march of support.

Congresswoman Betty McCollum said Monday the embassy move was fueled Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's agenda of occupation and oppression and criticized Donald Trump for "fueling the conflict". "I suggest that he not preach morality to us".

A Palestinian state is not foreordained, however. "There is no such thing".

"We will receive the wounded from Gaza first in Ankara".

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On Monday, Freeland tweeted that the violence against civilians, journalists and children was "inexcusable".

"All parties to the conflict have a responsibility to ensure the protection of civilians, to respect worldwide law, avoid incitement to violence and to limit the use of force", he said.

Freeland's response was criticized for using a passive voice, and failing to condemn Israel for the violence.

Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdoğan posted the tweet in response to violence along the Israeli-Palestinian border over the move of the USA embassy to Jerusalem and Israeli military officials' reports that Hamas is behind the violence.

Monday was the bloodiest single day for Palestinians since the Gaza conflict in 2014.

A second Palestinian was martyred by Israeli fire Tuesday, May 15, 2018, the health ministry in the strip announced, a day after 60 people were killed in the worst violence in years.

After making the widely condemned and erroneous assertion that responsibility for Israel's massacre of more than 50 Palestinians "rests squarely with Hamas", the Trump administration on Monday unilaterally blocked a United Nations statement that expressed "outrage" at Israel's killings and demanded "an independent and transparent" investigation.