About 200 Palestinians ended up injured in the ensuing clashes between Israeli security forces and the protesters, with one person reportedly getting killed.
Dozens of protesters clashed with Israeli security forces as numerous Palestinian residents of the West Bank, the Gaza Strip and Jerusalem rose up to protest against Trump’s declaration.
Palestinian protesters burn tyres during a demonstration in the southern Gaza Strip town of Rafah on December 8, 2017 against US President Donald Trump’s latest decision to recognise Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.
Reacting to this development, Israel bolstered the police presence in Jerusalem and deployed additional army units to the West Bank.
Muslims all over the world took to the streets to voice their outrage over US President Donald Trump recognizing Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.
As Hundreds of protesters rallied in Cairo, waving Palestinian flags and chanting anti-Israeli slogans. The protests, however, were not limited to Egyptians, as thousands have gathered in the streets of the Jordanian capital of Amman to publicly decry Trump’s actions.