Protests, clashes as "rage" over Trump's Jerusalem move continues
Palestinians are in their third day of protests against President Trump's announcement that the U.S. would recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, with violent clashes reported.
Why it matters: According to PBS, four people have been killed since protests started — two Hamas members killed in what Israel said was a retaliatory airstrike, and two Palestinians shot dead during clashes near the Gaza border. Hundreds have been injured.
- The adviser for Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas said Abbas would not meet with Vice President Mike Pence during his trip to the Middle East this month; he said "America has crossed all red lines."
- This isn't contained to just Israel - the anger spread around the world to other Muslim-majority nations, the BBC reports.
- Per BBC, the United States was "isolated" at the UN Security Council meeting on Friday, as the 14 other members condemened the United States' decision.