Nearly 3,000 people were injured as protests at the border between Israel and Palestine turned ugly.
The US President said that Palestinian group Hamas were entirely to blame for the killings. Yesterday we received 500 injuries in this hospital, mostly in the lower limbs, this is more than 25 times the capacity this hospital can deal with.
"It will inflame sentiments leading to further violence not only in the Middle East, but beyond".
"There's been continuous violation of worldwide law and human rights of people who have been dispossessed and driven out of their homeland in 1948 - hundreds of thousands of them", Zayid said.
"They don't care", his co-host Mika Brzezinski interjected.
The event was overshadowed by mass protests along the Gaza border in which Israeli fire killed 60 Palestinians. He said there is "no justification for the killing" and that "Israel has a responsibility to calibrate it's use of force".
"Hamas has attacked the Kerem Shalom crossing, the biggest entry point in Gaza for fuel, food, and medical supplies", said Nikki Haley, the USA ambassador to the UN.
Tens of thousands of Palestinians joined Hamas-organized protests on the Gaza border and hundreds of others clashed with Israeli troops on the outskirts of Jerusalem and in other locations in the West Bank, marking the 70th anniversary of what they call the Nakba, or "catastrophe", of Israel's creation in 1948, as well as protesting the relocation of the United States embassy to Israel's capital on Monday afternoon.
At an emergency session of the U.N. Security Council on Tuesday U.S. Ambassador to the U.N.
The prime minister urged Israel to "show restraint" after soldiers shot dead two more Palestinians near the border on Tuesday.
For those who have a problem with the United States operating its embassy in Israel from Jerusalem, Senator Lindsey Graham (R-SC) has a message, "Take it up with God, He did this".
The council met after the bloodiest day for Palestinians since a 2014 Gaza war.
The U.S. says it has the right to decide where to put its embassy, and Haley said Tuesday the decision simply recognized "reality".
On Monday, Freeland tweeted that the violence against civilians, journalists and children was "inexcusable".
Doctors Without Borders called on the Israeli army to stop using deadly force against demonstrators, saying their actions were "unacceptable and inhuman".
French Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian described the situation as "explosive" and criticised the United States for unilateral acts in the region and Israel for what he said was an unjustified level of violence.