Palestine recalls envoys from four European Union nations

PE protesters join rage against Israel

VIDEO: Hamas Leader Admits Gaza Protests are Not Peaceful

But the United Nations human rights office was heavily critical of Israel's use of force.

"We have watched the demonstrations over the past six weeks".

The rallies culminated on May 15, the 70th anniversary of Israel's establishment-an event Palestinians refer to as the "Nakba" or the "Catastrophe".

"We are aware of the reports of continued violence in Gaza today".

Sporadic cross-border fire was a reminder of the situation's unresolved volatility, however.

Arab foreign ministers are to hold an "extraordinary" meeting Thursday in Cairo to discuss their future steps over the issue.

And Hamas strongman Yahya Sinwar warned the movement could return to armed resistance. "If Israel's bullying is met with more silence, the world will rapidly be dragged into a chaos where thuggery prevails", Erdogan said.

Israel carried out a series of airstrikes on Hamas "terror targets" in the northern Gaza Strip overnight Wednesday-Thursday, the IDF said, in response to machine gun fire that struck several homes in the Israeli city of Sderot, apparently fired from across the border.

"You must tell Hamas that violence is not the answer", he said.

Small groups have approached the border fence, throwing stones, burning tyres and hurling Molotov cocktails.

"Jewish Voice for Peace Western Mass calls on our government, and our representatives in Congress, to live up to US commitments to protect human rights and warn Israel to obey global law and refrain from a violent response", the press release reads.

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Dinwiddie claimed the dogs-three females and four males-ranged in age from a year to about three years. The animals attacked Tracy Garcia , 52, in Ardmore, Oklahoma, last Thursday, according to KXII .

Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi said Egypt was in communication with both sides "so that this bloodshed would stop". "How can Hamas reap the fruits if it pays such an expensive price?" said Salah Bardawil.

Over the past few days, the nature of the victims - and the role of terrorist organizations in the conflict - have become more clear. Israel disputes this. The army said 14 of those killed on Monday were shot while firing on Israeli troops or trying to blow up the fence. "Take his word for it". On Friday, some demonstrators entered and attacked the Garden of Peace, the main crossing channel for food and fuel to the Palestinians.

"I can not agree with statements saying that dozens of civilians, including babies, who were killed during these incidents, were terrorists", he said.

"If he says that, then the U.S. is back in business", he said.

PRIME Minister Malcolm Turnbull has reiterated that Australia's Embassy in Israel will remain in Tel Aviv following the opening of the United States Embassy in Jerusalem on Monday.

Speaking at a reception with Guatemalan President Jimmy Morales, Netanyahu said Israel had recorded "similar numbers" to those mentioned by Bardawil.

Trump's move reversed decades of USA policy, upsetting the Arab world and Western allies.

The spokesman added that the government and people of Pakistan stand firmly with the Palestinian people.

"We will work with our ally Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions South Africa [BDS-SA] and other fraternal organisations to intensify mass actions in solidarity with the Palestinian people in protest against this most recent Israeli criminal violence".

He said that Pakistan also renews its call for establishment of a viable, independent and contiguous state of Palestine, on the basis of internationally agreed parameters, the pre-1967 borders, and with Jerusalem as its capital.

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