In a post on Twitter, Rosenfeld described it as a "terrorist attack".
Protesters try to remove barbed wires that block a road near the US embassy during a protest against President Donald Trump's decision to recognize Jerusalem as the Capital of Israel, in Awkar, east of Beirut, Lebanon, Dec. 10, 2017.
"The talks will address the development related to the US recognition of Jerusalem as Israel's capital and the ways to deal with the crisis in a manner that preserves the rights of the Palestinian people, their national sanctities and their legitimate right to establish their own independent state with East Jerusalem as its capital", said Bassam Rady in the statement.
"Jerusalem, capital of Palestine!" read a banner carried by the protesters, who included families, Islamist sympathisers, trade unionists and local activists.
Israel has long claimed all of Jerusalem as its undivided capital, while the Palestinians see the annexed eastern sector of the city as the capital of their future state. I'm sorry but. being strong does not give you such a right. And on Friday, the Red Crescent said it had attended to nearly 800 injuries in the occupied West Bank, East Jerusalem and the Gaza Strip.
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The conversations were described as "positive", and the team said he will report to its Cleveland Clinic Courts training facility. Thomas has yet to play a game this season for the Cavaliers as he has dealt with a torn labrum and other related hip injuries.
'The leaders of major countries have a mission to make peace'.
Two Palestinians were killed in the latest Israeli airstrike on the Gaza Strip on Saturday, that injured another 25 Palestinians.
Erdogan has sought to position himself in the centre of diplomatic efforts to force Trump to reverse his decision and has held talks with French President Emmanuel Macron to that effect.
"The US decision to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel is invalid and constitutes a unsafe breach of worldwide law and UN Security Council resolutions", reads the document, adopted as a result of an emergency ministerial meeting in the Egyptian capital Cairo.
Benjamin Netanyahu, Israel's President, is also due to meet with Macron on Sunday, saying he plans to rebuke the French leader for condemning Trump.