From withdrawing from the Paris climate accord and more recently the Iran nuclear deal to moving the United States embassy to Jerusalem, the U.S. and Europe no longer see eye-to-eye on key issues almost as often as they did under previous administrations.
Describing the USA and Israel as "partners in crime", Al-Qaradaghi said: "The entire world, including many Arab leaders, is responsible for the crimes being committed against the Palestinians".
The Palestinians hope East Jerusalem will one day be their capital - if they ever get their own state - and they are furious over what they say is America's bias toward Israel.
Politicians and dignitaries including Ivanka Trump and her husband Jared Kushner watched as US Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin unveiled the US seal, turning what was formally the consulate building into the Embassy.
Mr Macron said he "will speak to all the actors in the region in the coming days", his office said in a statement. For Palestinians in Gaza and elsewhere, Monday's protest, which carried into Tuesday, was the central event in a campaign dubbed the "Great March of Return" that has been going on for weeks.
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Once the action was under way, a plane flew over the ground carrying the banner "Merci Arsene - we'll miss you". His stint saw Arsenal bag three Premier League titles, one of them being that of the immortal Invincibles.
In Dublin, Ireland summoned Israel's ambassador to protest.
Palestinian Health Ministry officials said 55 protesters were killed and 2,700 injured either by live gunfire, tear gas or other means.
It was the bloodiest single day for Palestinians since the Gaza conflict in 2014.
But Tuesday also marks the anniversary of what Palestinians call their "nakba", or catastrophe, a reference to the uprooting of hundreds of thousands who fled or were expelled during the 1948 war surrounding Israel's creation.
Indications suggest that some of the demonstrators in Gaza were protesting the new U.S. Embassy in Jerusalem.
"Such violence is destructive to peace efforts".
Turkey also said it was recalling its ambassadors to the United States and Israel "for consultations", while South Africa recalled its ambassador to Israel "until further notice".
Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan said while on a visit to London: "Israel is wreaking state terror".
"What Israel has done is a genocide".