A second Palestinian was killed in Gaza Friday in clashes with Israeli forces sparked by President Donald Trump's plans to move the US embassy to Jerusalem, the health ministry in the enclave said.A statement from Gaza health ministry spokesman Ashraf al-Qudra announced the death of 'Maher Atallah, 54, in the northern Gaza Strip who was injured in clashes this evening'.
The violence on the West Bank and Gaza has so far resulted in 767 injuries of which 61 were a result of live ammunition, 200 from rubber bullets, 479 from teargas and 27 other, the Red Crescent said.Footage later appeared on Palestinian news outlets claiming to show a father kissing his dead son farewell after he was shot by Israeli soldiers. In the West Bank city of Ramallah, troops sent in a jeep armed with a multi-grenade tear gas launcher that rained projectiles down on masked protesters.Israel's army, however, confirmed it had shot two people along the border, accusing them of being 'main instigators' of 'violent riots'.The US ambassador to the UN said Mr Trump knew his decision to recognise Jerusalem as Israel's capital would raise 'questions and concerns' but took it to advance peace between Israel and the Palestinians. Security Council Friday on President Donald Trump's announcement that 'recognizing Jerusalem as Israel's capital is a critical and necessary step for peace.'But joint statement by permanent representatives to the UN from the UK, Germany, France, Italy and Sweden said: 'We disagree with the US decision to recognise Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, and to begin preparation to move the American embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem.Protests have taken place around the world against Donald Trump's decision to recognise Jerusalem as the capital of Israel 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 A Palestinian, Mahmoud al-Masri, 30, has been shot dead by the Israeli army in Gaza - the first person killed in clashes over Trump's planned embassy move.
This was the scene along a Gaza border fence today as clashes erupted Tillerson said it will 'take some time' to acquire a site for the embassy, develop building and construction plans, obtain authorisations from the Israeli government and actually build the embassy.
And on Friday evening the protests had spread to Europe and their were major demonstrations in major capital cities including London, Berlin and Brussels.
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.
Surprised by the extent of the uprising, Rabin first gives the order to 'break the bones' of the Palestinian demonstrators, before going on the acknowledge that there is no military solution to the intifada.
Youths, some as young as 10, use their familiarity with the terrain to battle Israeli soldiers.
It is the start of the first intifada, largely based on stone-throwing, which spreads like wildfire throughout the occupied territories.