Published: 2018-05-14 23:20
Last Updated: 2018-05-15 09:39
King Abdullah II of Jordan condemned on Monday the Israeli violence against Palestinians in Gaza, calling the international community to hold its responsibilities to protect the Palestinian nation.
On the other hand, his majesty the king discussed the latest updates in Palestine, especially in the Gaza Strip during a phone call he had with French President Immanuel Macron.
The king warned from the consequences of relocating the US embassy to Jerusalem, stressing that Jerusalem is the key of stability in both the region and the world.
Queen Rania Al-Abdullah also tweeted about what happened in Gaza on her official account on Twitter, saying it was a “bloody day that Palestinians rejected by paying their blood.”
More than 50 Palestinians were killed, 1000 injured in Gaza during the mass demonstrations near the Gaza border opposing the American step of moving their embassy to Jerusalem.