Violent Protest At Home Ministry: Police Arrest 15

There have been violent protests around the world tonight as furious Muslims rage against US President Donald Trump's decision to recognise Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.

Dozens of protesters were wounded by rubber bullets or live fire in clashes in the West Bank, Gaza and Jerusalem.

Tens of thousands also protested in Muslim-majority and Arab countries, including Jordan, Turkey, Pakistan and Malaysia. 

In Tel Aviv, meanwhile, thousands of Israelis protesters against the alleged corruption of the country's prime minister, Benjamin Netanyahu.  

In the Gaza Strip, mourners vented their anger at the funerals of two people killed during clashes at the border fence on Friday and the two Hamas terrorists killed early today.

Unrest spread into Israel tonight when a bus was stoned as it passed by Arab towns in the northern Wadi Ara district, injuring the driver.

Police said they arrested two young men from the Israeli Arab town of Arara.

An Israeli army statement said 'violent riots have erupted at approximately 20 locations' in the West Bank and Gaza. 

Palestinian protesters burn tyres during clashes with Israeli troops following protests on the streets of Israel

Palestinian protesters burn tyres during clashes with Israeli troops following protests on the streets of Israel

Palestinian demonstrators react to tear gas fired by Israeli troops during clashes at a protest against U.S. President Donald Trump's decision to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel

Palestinian demonstrators react to tear gas fired by Israeli troops during clashes at a protest against U.S. President Donald Trump's decision to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel

Israeli police disperse Palestinian protesters in East Jerusalem earlier today after President Donald Trump recognised Jerusalem as the capital of Israel 

Israeli police disperse Palestinian protesters in East Jerusalem earlier today after President Donald Trump recognised Jerusalem as the capital of Israel 

Israeli security forces intervene against protesters during a demonstration against US President Donald Trump's recognition of Jerusalem as Israel's capital, in Bethlehem, West Bank

Israeli security forces intervene against protesters during a demonstration against US President Donald Trump's recognition of Jerusalem as Israel's capital, in Bethlehem, West Bank

Israelis take part in a demonstration in Tel Aviv under the name 'March of Shame' to protest against government corruption and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu Protesters demonstrate against Netanyahu

Israelis take part in a demonstration in Tel Aviv under the name 'March of Shame' to protest against government corruption and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu

Anger: A Palestinian protester throws stones towards Israeli forces during clashes on Saturday morning in Israel

Anger: A Palestinian protester throws stones towards Israeli forces during clashes on Saturday morning in Israel

Israeli police carry away a blindfolded man after he is arrested during protests in Jerusalem following President Trump's announcement 

Israeli police carry away a blindfolded man after he is arrested during protests in Jerusalem following President Trump's announcement 

A wounded baby waits for treatment at the Indonesia Hospital in Gaza after the Israeli army carried out airstrikes on the territory yesterday

A wounded baby waits for treatment at the Indonesia Hospital in Gaza after the Israeli army carried out airstrikes on the territory yesterday

A Palestinian protester pushes a tyre onto a fire barricade as they clashed with Israeli border guards near an Israeli checkpoint in Ramallah

A Palestinian protester pushes a tyre onto a fire barricade as they clashed with Israeli border guards near an Israeli checkpoint in Ramallah

It said soldiers responded to protesters with unspecified 'riot dispersal means', lightly wounding three Palestinians.

In Israeli-annexed East Jerusalem - taken from Jordan after the bitter 1967 war - police fired stun grenades to disperse Palestinian demonstrators on the main Salahedin Street.

A police statement said four policemen were slightly injured and 13 protesters arrested.

The Palestinian Red Crescent said 12 Palestinians were injured by shrapnel from grenades or by blows from police.

Thousands of people also rallied in central Tel Aviv on Saturday night in what organisers called a 'March of Shame' in protest at alleged corruption in government.

Marchers chanted 'Bibi go home', using the nickname of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu who is under police investigation over suspicions of various graft offences.

His close political ally MP David Bitan, parliamentary chairman of the ruling coalition, has also been grilled at length over separate allegations of bribery and links with organised crime during his time as deputy mayor of Rishon Lezion, near Tel Aviv.

Israeli warplanes rained down missiles on Gaza overnight in retaliation for rockets shot into Israel from terrorists in the coastal enclave. Pictured: The damage in Gaza on Saturday

Israeli warplanes rained down missiles on Gaza overnight in retaliation for rockets shot into Israel from terrorists in the coastal enclave. Pictured: The damage in Gaza on Saturday

Today hundreds of Palestinian protesters are marching from the town of Khan Younis, in Gaza, towards the Israeli border fence

Today hundreds of Palestinian protesters are marching from the town of Khan Younis, in Gaza, towards the Israeli border fence

Gaza's health ministry reported that two were killed, both at the Hamas facility at Nusseirat in central Gaza. Pictured: The damage in Gaza on Saturday

Gaza's health ministry reported that two were killed, both at the Hamas facility at Nusseirat in central Gaza. Pictured: The damage in Gaza on Saturday

Police closed the upscale Rothschild Boulevard and a number of surrounding main thoroughfares for the march but did not give an estimate of attendance.

The protest is billed as being non-partisan and some marchers wore T-shirts with the slogan 'Not right, not left, straight' in Hebrew.

Haaretz newspaper put the turnout at about 10,000, sharply down from the tens of thousands who had marched a week earlier.

Media commentators had predicted that fewer might take part, as Netanyahu's popularity was boosted by US President Donald Trump on Wednesday recognising Jerusalem as Israel's capital.   

There have been fears of a much larger escalation of violence after Hamas leader Ismail Haniya called for a new Palestinian intifada, or uprising.

Hamas and the smaller Islamic Jihad terrorist group both renewed that call on Saturday.

Abbas's Fatah organisation urged Palestinians to 'keep up confrontation and broaden it to all points where the Israeli army is present' in the West Bank.     

In an Arabic-language Facebook post on Saturday, a senior Israeli military officer warned the people of Gaza.

'Continued fire will result in a harsh and painful response from the Israel Defence Forces, so do not test our strength,' wrote Major General Yoav Mordechai, head of the defence ministry agency responsible for civilian affairs in the Palestinian territories.

The Hamas health ministry in Gaza said the two men killed on Saturday were in the movement's armed wing, which has fought three wars with Israel since 2008.        

Overnight, Israeli warplanes rained down missiles on Gaza in retaliation for rockets shot into Israel as violent protests continued today following Donald Trump's recognition of Jerusalem as the country's capital.

Targets included two weapons manufacturing sites, a military compound and an arsenal. Reports in Gaza said that 15 people were injured in the strikes, including a six-month-old boy. 

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  • The attack was a response to rocket fire from the Gaza Strip on Friday night. Pictured: The damage in Gaza on Saturday

    The attack was a response to rocket fire from the Gaza Strip on Friday night. Pictured: The damage in Gaza on Saturday

    A Palestinian protester flies Palestinian flags during clashes with Israeli troops following widespread protests on Saturday

    A Palestinian protester flies Palestinian flags during clashes with Israeli troops following widespread protests on Saturday

    Palestinians throw back a tear gas grenade during clashes in the West Bank City of Ramallah. It comes after Palestinians announced a general strike and days of rage after the US reconised Jerusalem as the capital of Israel 

    Palestinians throw back a tear gas grenade during clashes in the West Bank City of Ramallah. It comes after Palestinians announced a general strike and days of rage after the US reconised Jerusalem as the capital of Israel 

    Two members of Hamas were killed by strikes on the Hamas facility at Nusseirat in central Gaza, officials said.

    The attack was a response to rocket fire from the Gaza Strip on Friday which forced Israeli civilians in the south of the country to run for cover as air raid sirens blared for the first time since the unrest began. 

    One rocket fell short, the second was intercepted by Israel's Iron Dome missile defence system, and one landed in the southern Israeli city of Sderot, damaging property but causing no casualties. 

    The Israeli Defence Force blamed Palestine for the deaths and injuries caused by its retaliation. It said in a statement: 'The IDF views the shooting at Israeli communities severely. Hamas is solely responsible for what happens in the Gaza Strip.' 

    Today hundreds of Palestinian protesters marched from the town of Khan Younis, in Gaza, towards the Israeli border fence, with ambulances standing by in anticipation of casualties.

    As the violence intensified, police forcibly closed shops along the streets. Dramatic video taken by MailOnline reporter Jake Wallis Simons showed mounted Israeli police, backed up by officers shooting teargas, violently dispersing a demonstration in the heart of Arab East Jerusalem.

    About 100 demonstrators gathered at lunchtime, chanting 'Jerusalem is Palestine' and stopping traffic. Their intention was to march on the Old City, a short walk away.

    Police moved in quickly as the tension mounted. One woman was injured before officers on horseback charged the growing crowds, demonstrators and bystanders alike.

    Teargas and stun grenades were deployed as increasing numbers of protestors fled into nearby buildings and down Salah e-Din Street, the main commercial street of East Jerusalem. 

    Israeli border police officer clears a burning tyre during clashes with Palestinian protesters following protests against U.S. President Donald Trump's decision to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel

    Israeli border police officer clears a burning tyre during clashes with Palestinian protesters following protests against U.S. President Donald Trump's decision to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel

    An Israeli Border police officer stands by burning garbage in a dumpster during running clashes on a central East Jerusalem street 

    An Israeli Border police officer stands by burning garbage in a dumpster during running clashes on a central East Jerusalem street 

    Palestinian protesters set tyres on fire as Israeli security forces intervene them during a demonstration against U.S. President Donald Trump's recognition of Jerusalem as Israel's capital

    Palestinian protesters set tyres on fire as Israeli security forces intervene them during a demonstration against U.S. President Donald Trump's recognition of Jerusalem as Israel's capital

    Israeli police forces arrest a Palestinian protester in Jerusalem after the protests in the streets turned violent

    Israeli police forces arrest a Palestinian protester in Jerusalem after the protests in the streets turned violent

    A Palestinian woman walks with the Palestinian flag as other women huddle in a half-closed shop door during running clashes with Israeli security forces on a central East Jerusalem street

    A Palestinian woman walks with the Palestinian flag as other women huddle in a half-closed shop door during running clashes with Israeli security forces on a central East Jerusalem street

    The landmark Raouche sea rock is illuminated by a giant Palestinian flag in Beirut, Lebanon in support of Palestine

    The landmark Raouche sea rock is illuminated by a giant Palestinian flag in Beirut, Lebanon in support of Palestine

    Israeli border police officers take position during clashes with Palestinians which turned violent on Saturday

    Israeli border police officers take position during clashes with Palestinians which turned violent on Saturday

    A man throws a stone in the West Bank as Palestinian protesters clash with Israeli security forces during a demonstration against US President Donald Trump's recognition of Jerusalem as Israel's capital

    A man throws a stone in the West Bank as Palestinian protesters clash with Israeli security forces during a demonstration against US President Donald Trump's recognition of Jerusalem as Israel's capital

    A Palestinian protester uses a slingshot during clashes with Israeli troops following protests against U.S. President Donald Trump's decision to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel

    A Palestinian protester uses a slingshot during clashes with Israeli troops following protests against U.S. President Donald Trump's decision to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel

    Palestinian protesters take an injured fellow toward an ambulance during clashes with Israeli troops following protests against U.S. President Donald Trump's decision

    Palestinian protesters take an injured fellow toward an ambulance during clashes with Israeli troops following protests against U.S. President Donald Trump's decision

    Dramatic video showed mounted Israeli police, backed up by officers shooting teargas, violently dispersing a demonstration in the heart of Arab East Jerusalem

    Dramatic video showed mounted Israeli police, backed up by officers shooting teargas, violently dispersing a demonstration in the heart of Arab East Jerusalem

    About 100 demonstrators gathered at lunchtime, chanting 'Jerusalem is Palestine' and stopping traffic. Their intention was to march on the Old City, a short walk away

    About 100 demonstrators gathered at lunchtime, chanting 'Jerusalem is Palestine' and stopping traffic. Their intention was to march on the Old City, a short walk away

    Police moved in quickly as the tension mounted. One woman was injured before officers on horseback charged the growing crowds, demonstrators and bystanders alike

    Police moved in quickly as the tension mounted. One woman was injured before officers on horseback charged the growing crowds, demonstrators and bystanders alike

    Police tore down Palestinian flags and made two arrests before blocking off the street. They then charged with a volley of stun grenades, followed by mounted officers, to push protestors back

    Police tore down Palestinian flags and made two arrests before blocking off the street. They then charged with a volley of stun grenades, followed by mounted officers, to push protestors back

    Israeli police disperse Palestinian protesters in East Jerusalem as unrest simmered across the Palestinian territories

    Israeli police disperse Palestinian protesters in East Jerusalem as unrest simmered across the Palestinian territories

    Commanders are due to meet tonight to review the situation on the ground and make a decision about troop numbers in the coming days. Pictured: An Israeli policeman aims his weapon in a street during a demonstration in east Jerusalem

    Commanders are due to meet tonight to review the situation on the ground and make a decision about troop numbers in the coming days. Pictured: An Israeli policeman aims his weapon in a street during a demonstration in east Jerusalem

    A Palestinian prepares to throw back a tear gas grenade shot by Israeli troops during clashes in the West Bank city of Bethlehem

    A Palestinian prepares to throw back a tear gas grenade shot by Israeli troops during clashes in the West Bank city of Bethlehem

    A Palestinian protester hurls stones at Israeli border guards during clashes near an Israeli checkpoint in Ramallah

    A Palestinian protester hurls stones at Israeli border guards during clashes near an Israeli checkpoint in Ramallah

    An explosive detonates in East Jerusalem as protesters demonstrate against the United States' decision to recognise Jerusalem as Israel's capital 

    An explosive detonates in East Jerusalem as protesters demonstrate against the United States' decision to recognise Jerusalem as Israel's capital 

    A man overwhelmed by his passions screams in the face of a police officer during protesters in East Jerusalem earlier today 

    A man overwhelmed by his passions screams in the face of a police officer during protesters in East Jerusalem earlier today 

    A man wearing a keffiyeh is held by an Israeli security officer in East Jerusalem as protests rocked the city 

    A man wearing a keffiyeh is held by an Israeli security officer in East Jerusalem as protests rocked the city 

    Police tore down Palestinian flags and made two arrests before blocking off the street. They then charged with a volley of stun grenades, followed by mounted officers, to push protestors back. 

    It comes after Palestinian group Hamas called for an intensification of conflict following Trump's decision on Wednesday to recognise Jerusalem as Israel's capital. The city is claimed by both Palestine and Israel.

    Palestinian president Mahmud Abbas has said he will refuse to meet US Vice President Mike Pence later this month as the Palestinian foreign minister demands a UN Security Council Resolution on the matter.

    Palestinians react as a stun grenade explodes near them during running clashes on a central East Jerusalem street earlier today

    Palestinians react as a stun grenade explodes near them during running clashes on a central East Jerusalem street earlier today

    Palestinian women shout and clap in the face of Israeli security personnel in East Jerusalem to display their anger at President Trump's recognition of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel 

    Palestinian women shout and clap in the face of Israeli security personnel in East Jerusalem to display their anger at President Trump's recognition of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel 

    Israeli mounted riot police pass next to burning garbage in a dumpster during running clashes on a central East Jerusalem street

    Israeli mounted riot police pass next to burning garbage in a dumpster during running clashes on a central East Jerusalem street

    Israeli Border Police and mounted police (behind) clear the street during running clashes between Palestinians and Israeli security forces on a central East Jerusalem street

    Israeli Border Police and mounted police (behind) clear the street during running clashes between Palestinians and Israeli security forces on a central East Jerusalem street

    Israeli army reinforcements have been deployed in significant numbers to the settlements on the West Bank in an attempt to defend against possible terror attacks on the Jewish outposts. Pictured: An Israeli policewoman in Jerusalem today 

    Israeli army reinforcements have been deployed in significant numbers to the settlements on the West Bank in an attempt to defend against possible terror attacks on the Jewish outposts. Pictured: An Israeli policewoman in Jerusalem today 

    Israeli police forces arrest a Palestinian protester today in Jerusalem after protests in the city over its recognition by the US as the capital of Israel 

    Israeli police forces arrest a Palestinian protester today in Jerusalem after protests in the city over its recognition by the US as the capital of Israel 

    Israeli soldiers fire tear gas at Palestinians during clashes in the West Bank City of Ramallah in an attempt to disperse protesters 

    Israeli soldiers fire tear gas at Palestinians during clashes in the West Bank City of Ramallah in an attempt to disperse protesters 

    Palestinians seek cover from tear gas fired by Israeli soldiers during clashes in the West Bank City of Ramallah today 

    Palestinians seek cover from tear gas fired by Israeli soldiers during clashes in the West Bank City of Ramallah today 

    Israeli soldiers fire tear gas over Palestinian houses during clashes in the West Bank City of Ramallah. Police have been trying to control protests among the Palestinians 

    Israeli soldiers fire tear gas over Palestinian houses during clashes in the West Bank City of Ramallah. Police have been trying to control protests among the Palestinians 

    Israeli army reinforcements have been deployed in significant numbers to the settlements on the West Bank in an attempt to defend against possible terror attacks on the Jewish outposts.

    The army put the overall number of demonstrators during yesterday's 'day of rage' at 5,000, which was lower than feared, but emphasised that clashes may continue for several days. 

    Commanders are due to meet tonight to review the situation on the ground and make a decision about troop numbers in the coming days. 

    Saudi Foreign Minister Adel al-Jubeir arrives to attend the Arab League foreign ministers emergency meeting in Cairo on Trump's decision to recognise Jerusalem as the capital of Israel

    Saudi Foreign Minister Adel al-Jubeir arrives to attend the Arab League foreign ministers emergency meeting in Cairo on Trump's decision to recognise Jerusalem as the capital of Israel

    Arab League Secretary General Ahmed Aboul Gheit meets Palestinian minister of Foreign Affairs Riyad al-Maliki at the Arab League headquarters in Cairo 

    Arab League Secretary General Ahmed Aboul Gheit meets Palestinian minister of Foreign Affairs Riyad al-Maliki at the Arab League headquarters in Cairo 

    An injured Palestinian man arrives at a hospital to receive treatment following an Israeli air strike in Beit Lahia, in the northern Gaza Strip

    An injured Palestinian man arrives at a hospital to receive treatment following an Israeli air strike in Beit Lahia, in the northern Gaza Strip

    A Palestinian protester throws stones to Israeli security forces during a demonstration in Bethlehem on Saturday

    A Palestinian protester throws stones to Israeli security forces during a demonstration in Bethlehem on Saturday

    Palestinian protestors clash with Israeli forces near an Israeli checkpoint in the West Bank town of Bethlehem on Saturday

    Palestinian protestors clash with Israeli forces near an Israeli checkpoint in the West Bank town of Bethlehem on Saturday

    A Palestinian kicks away a tear gas grenade shot by Israeli troops during clashes in the West Bank city of Bethlehem

    A Palestinian kicks away a tear gas grenade shot by Israeli troops during clashes in the West Bank city of Bethlehem

    Israel prepares for a second wave of violent protests this morning after Hamas has called for an intensification of the conflict. Pictured: Palestinian protests on Saturday

    Israel prepares for a second wave of violent protests this morning after Hamas has called for an intensification of the conflict. Pictured: Palestinian protests on Saturday

    Israeli army reinforcements have been deployed in significant numbers to the settlements on the West Bank. Pictured: Palestinian protests on Saturday

    Israeli army reinforcements have been deployed in significant numbers to the settlements on the West Bank. Pictured: Palestinian protests on Saturday

    Israeli troops during clashes with Palestinians in the West Bank city of Bethlehem

    Israeli troops during clashes with Palestinians in the West Bank city of Bethlehem

    Supporters of Jamaat-e-Islami (JI) burn Israeli and U.S. flags during a protest against U.S. President Donald Trump's decision to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, in Karachi, Pakistan

    Supporters of Jamaat-e-Islami (JI) burn Israeli and U.S. flags during a protest against U.S. President Donald Trump's decision to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, in Karachi, Pakistan

    Turkish anti-riot police officers detain a leftist protester during a demonstration against the US and Israel in Istanbul earlier tonight 

    Turkish anti-riot police officers detain a leftist protester during a demonstration against the US and Israel in Istanbul earlier tonight 

    Angry: Another protester in Istanbul fumes about the US decision to recognise Jerusalem as the capital city of Israel 

    Angry: Another protester in Istanbul fumes about the US decision to recognise Jerusalem as the capital city of Israel 

    Protestors pray for Palestine during a protest against Israel in front of the Hagia Sophia, a former church that was converted into a mosque after the Turks conquered Constantinople in 1453. It is now a museum

    Protestors pray for Palestine during a protest against Israel in front of the Hagia Sophia, a former church that was converted into a mosque after the Turks conquered Constantinople in 1453. It is now a museum

    Yesterday two Palestinians were killed and hundreds wounded during about 30 violent protests in Gaza, the West Bank and Jerusalem. 

    The majority suffered from tear gas inhalation. Eleven were wounded by live fire.

    The clashes were less intense than had been feared, however, and appeared to fall well short of another intifada, or Palestinian uprising.

    Angry protesters scream slogans and make religious gestures during a demonstration against Israel and the United States following President Donald Trump's decision to recognise Jerusalem as the Jewish state's capital 

    Angry protesters scream slogans and make religious gestures during a demonstration against Israel and the United States following President Donald Trump's decision to recognise Jerusalem as the Jewish state's capital 

    People attend a protest against U.S. President Donald Trump's announcement to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel and plans to relocate the U.S. Embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem on December 9, 2017 in Kuwait City

    People attend a protest against U.S. President Donald Trump's announcement to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel and plans to relocate the U.S. Embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem on December 9, 2017 in Kuwait City

    The leader of Hamas, Ismail Haniyeh, called for mass violence against Israelis until the Jewish State was destroyed, saying: 'We will stick to the strategic plan until we reach the final point, the liberation of Jerusalem and all the land of Palestine.'

     The Israeli official in charge of Palestinian areas wrote a Facebook post in Arabic appealing for calm. 

    'Extremists want to ferment the street with lies and distortions because this is a religious war,' Major General Yoav Mordechai wrote. 'I urge you not to let the extremists destroy the Christmas holidays… Israel preserves access to the holy sites for all, and anybody who says otherwise is a liar'. 

    Female supporters of Pakistani religious party Jammat-e-Islami rally against United States in Karachi, Pakistan

    Female supporters of Pakistani religious party Jammat-e-Islami rally against United States in Karachi, Pakistan

    Israeli warplanes rained down missiles on Gaza overnight in retaliation for rockets shot into Israel from terrorists in the coastal enclave. Pictured: A Palestinian protester pushes a tire onto a fire barricade as they clashed with Israeli border guards

    Israeli warplanes rained down missiles on Gaza overnight in retaliation for rockets shot into Israel from terrorists in the coastal enclave. Pictured: A Palestinian protester pushes a tire onto a fire barricade as they clashed with Israeli border guards

    A masked Palestinian woman gestures during clashes with Israeli troops at an Israeli checkpoint in the West Bank city of Ramallah after Friday prayers today. Protests have taken place around the world against Donald Trump's decision to recognise Jerusalem as the capital of Israel

    A masked Palestinian woman gestures during clashes with Israeli troops at an Israeli checkpoint in the West Bank city of Ramallah after Friday prayers today. Protests have taken place around the world against Donald Trump's decision to recognise Jerusalem as the capital of Israel

    An injured Palestinian is helped by medics after being hurt while protesting against the US and Israel 

    An injured Palestinian is helped by medics after being hurt while protesting against the US and Israel 

    This was the scene in Bethlehem yesterday as Palestinians clashed with Israeli troops on the second day of unrest in the town

    This was the scene in Bethlehem yesterday as Palestinians clashed with Israeli troops on the second day of unrest in the town

    Flashpoint: Israeli forces used power jets to control and disperse crowds in Bethlehem following Friday prayers yesterday

    Flashpoint: Israeli forces used power jets to control and disperse crowds in Bethlehem following Friday prayers yesterday

    Kashmiri Shitte Muslims burnt an effigy of Donald Trump as they marched through the streets of Srinagar this morning

    Kashmiri Shitte Muslims burnt an effigy of Donald Trump as they marched through the streets of Srinagar this morning

    Furious campaigners are pictured torching a US flag during protests in Kabul, Afghanistan after Friday prayers this morning

    Furious campaigners are pictured torching a US flag during protests in Kabul, Afghanistan after Friday prayers this morning

    A protester jumps over the burning effigy of US President Donald Trump during an anti-US and Israeli protest in Peshawar, Pakistan, today

    A protester jumps over the burning effigy of US President Donald Trump during an anti-US and Israeli protest in Peshawar, Pakistan, today

    Palestinians clashed with Israeli security forces in Jerusalem (pictured) today while there were also confrontations in the West Bank cities of Hebron, Bethlehem and Ramallah in the wake of Donald Trump's new stance on Jerusalem

    Palestinians clashed with Israeli security forces in Jerusalem (pictured) today while there were also confrontations in the West Bank cities of Hebron, Bethlehem and Ramallah in the wake of Donald Trump's new stance on Jerusalem

    Israeli officials continued to praise Mr Trump's move on Wednesday to recognise Jerusalem as its capital, with the mayor of Jerusalem, Nir Barkat, calling it 'the date that the President of the free world stood on the side of truth'.

    Mr Berkat, who is famous for neutralising a knife-wielding terrorist on the streets of Jerusalem with his bare hands in 2015, praised 'leaders who will do what is right in spite of threats and incitement from the region.'

    Meanwhile, the Palestinian Authority president, Mahmoud Abbas, praised the vociferous condemnation of Mr Trump's decision by the international community. 'The United States of America is no longer qualified to act as a broker and mediator of the peace process,' he said.

    Protesters burn a mock US flag as they take part in an anti-Trump anti-Israel march outside the US Embassy in Amman, Jordan on Friday

    Protesters burn a mock US flag as they take part in an anti-Trump anti-Israel march outside the US Embassy in Amman, Jordan on Friday

    'Jerusalem!' Trump was cheered as he entered the East Room and when he started a speech Thursday, said 'there were a lot of very happy people' before saying 'Jerusalem'

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  • Dina Powell, a veteran Middle East expert who has been a key part of Mr Trump's Israel-Palestine team, dramatically resigned, though she did state that she was leaving 'on good terms'.

    Ms Powell, who speaks fluent Arabic, was previously an adviser to Jared Kushner and worked in the State Department under George W Bush, focussing on relations with Arab countries.

    The international diplomatic community continued to make sense of Mr Trump's unprecedented move to recognise Jerusalem as the Israeli capital.

    The United Nations Security Council met yesterday at the request of eight of its 15 members, including Britain and France, declaring that 'the status of Jerusalem must be determined through negotiations'.

    Britain urged the US to put forward a detailed roadmap for peace between the two sides.

    Source : http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5162139/Israeli-warplanes-batter-Gaza-missiles.html

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