Palestinian areas in East Jerusalem and the West Bank remain tense after the slaughter in Gaza and after the embassy move.
The Palestinians see east Jerusalem as the capital of their future state. Israel regards all of the city as its capital in a move that has not won global recognition.
"We don't consider it a wise decision to move the embassy", agreed his Dutch counterpart, Stef Blok.
"It's not helpful for a two-state solution for there to be unilateral declarations in respect to that contested territory".
Tens of thousands gathered at the frontier on Monday, some of them approaching Israel's border fence - a line Israeli leaders vowed Palestinians would not be allowed to breach. "Because when President Trump makes a promise, he keeps it", Kushner said. "We are in Jerusalem and we are here to stay".
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"Israel is wreaking state terror".
South Africa has withdrawn its ambassador to Israel following a deadly attack by the Israeli armed forces along the Gaza border in which 52 people were killed.
"Jerusalem's historic and spiritual status will never change". Israel has effectively annexed the sector.
He continued: "The US silence is license to kill for Israel, and Israel is taking this license to her and implementing it in full".
Palestinians view East Jerusalem, captured by Israel in a 1967 war, as the capital of a future independent state and see the USA move as backing Israel's desire to cement its rule over the whole city.
Palestinian president Mahmoud Abbas lashed out at the Trump administration following the embassy move and the Gaza violence, which he condemned as a massacre.
May 14 marks the 70th anniversary of the founding of Israel.
No Israelis have been wounded and the military has faced criticism over the use of live fire. Zeid Ra'ad al Hussein said.