Lebanese Prime Minister Saad Hariri called the US decision to move its embassy to Jerusalem a "provocative" act that closes the doors for any attempts to reach peace between the Israel and Palestinians.
President Tayyip Erdogan described the actions of the Israeli forces as a "genocide" and Israel as a "terrorist state". (Reuters/Ibraheem Abu Mustafa) Palestinian protesters burn tires during a protest on the Gaza Strip's border with Israel.
The health officials said 1,204 Palestinians were shot and wounded.
Omer Faruk, a pensioner, added: "We want the Turkish government to cancel and suspend all the agreements with Israel".
Shah went on to say the Hamas protests are a "propaganda attempt" and that the "Israeli government spent weeks trying to handle this without violence". Black smoke from tyres set alight by demonstrators rose in the air.
Israeli police were forced to use tear gas to disperse the crowds as demonstrators threw rocks and lit tires on fire. The US leader was set to address the event by video.
"On December 6, 2017, at my direction, the United States finally and officially recognized Jerusalem as the true capital of Israel".
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Trump's decision this year to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel reversed decades of USA policy and drew criticism from Europe and Washington's main Arab partners in the middle east.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said during a visit to London that the embassy move was "very, very unfortunate" and said it disqualified the United States from being a mediator in the Middle East peace process.
The Trump administration knew that protests against the relocation of the US Embassy to Jerusalem were likely to occur, but is unconcerned about the loss of Palestinian lives, global law professor Dr. John Dugard told RT. The latest casualties raised the Palestinian death toll to 55 since the protests began on March 30.
At the protest sites, families sat in the shade of tents almost 800 meters (yards) from the border fence.
Amnesty said that more than 500 people had been injured "with live ammunition" and that many were reporting injuries to the head and chest.
The killings have drawn global criticism, but the United States has echoed Israel in accusing Gaza's ruling Hamas movement of instigating violence, an allegation it denies.