GAZA-ISRAEL BORDER PROTEST SPARKED BY OPENING U.S EMBASSY IN JERUSALEM PROVES DEADLY WITH UPWARD OF SIXTY CASUALTIES

Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas portrayed Monday's occasions as a "massacre," however Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu stated, "every country has an obligation to defend its borders."
Funerals are occurring for Palestinians murdered during protests in Gaza that concurred with the US opening its embassy in Jerusalem, Israel.
Upward of sixty casualties with about 2,771 wounded after Israeli troops opened fire with live ammo and tear gas at the Gaza-Israel border reported Gaza's Health Ministry.

Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas portrayed Monday's occasions as a "massacre," however Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu stated, "every country has an obligation to defend its borders."
Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas portrayed Monday's occasions as a "massacre," however Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu stated, "every country has an obligation to defend its borders."

As the dissents occurred some 60 miles away, the US was opening its embassy in Jerusalem, attended by U.S President Donald Trump's daughter, Ivanka Trump and her husband Jared Kushner.

Trump addressed the ceremony via videolink and tweeted to say it was a "big day for Israel."


Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas portrayed Monday's occasions as a "massacre," however Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu stated, "every country has an obligation to defend its borders."

New protests were expected Tuesday for Nakba Day, or Catastrophe Day, which honors the 700,000 Palestinians who were compelled to leave their homes in the war that took after the state of Israel being created. A general strike that normally happens crosswise over East Jerusalem and the West Bank was relied upon to be watched broadly this year, to check a long time since Nakba, and little conflicts have occurred in the West Bank.

Meanwhile Turkey President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan and Israel Prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu
drag each other on Twitter.


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