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>> At least one Palestinian was killed as factions including Hamas, called for another day of rage, Friday. Against US President Donald Trump's recognition of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel. Protestors in the Holy City chanted slogans against the US. And help up pictures of Turkish President Tayyip Erdoğan who spoke out against Trump's move.
Israeli security forces pushed angry Palestinians out of the old city. These women forcibly removed from the Damascus gate. And in Bethlehem, a Palestinian demonstrator was hit by a rubber bullet fired by Israeli forces. The protests come after a day when more than 120 countries at the U.N. defied Trump and voted in favor of a resolution calling for the U.S. to drop it's Jerusalem decision.
And on Friday, Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas, meeting with French President Emmanuel Macron, said he would no longer accept any Mid East peace plan put forth by the U.S., due to what he called it's quote partisan position and violation of international law. Macron said France remains committed to a two-state solution in which Israel and Palestine peacefully coexist, adding that France would recognize a Palestinian state quote at the right time and not in reaction to Trump's move which has caused so much unrest in the region