In December 2017, President Donald Trump announced the US embassy would move from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, recognizing Jerusalem [VIDEO] as the capital of Israel. In turn, the Palestinian people, along with some Arab nations, expressed their discontent and voted against the decision. However, the votes virtually meant nothing.

Two days ago (May 14) the US embassy officially opened in the city of Jerusalem, also marking the 70th anniversary of the creation of the Israeli state, leading the Palestinian people to protest and perpetually stand against Israeli forces (Nakba). However, many Palestinian were killed and/or injured.

According to EWN, the death toll in Gaza [VIDEO] has reached 61 people with 2,000 people injured, making this the second most deaths recorded in a single day since the Nakba that occurred in 2014. Among the deaths were men, women, and children under the age of 10.

Where was the US involvement?

While blood was being shed in Gaza, Ivanka Trump and her husband Jared Kushner, were in the city of Jerusalem at the opening ceremony of the US embassy and were welcomed with open arms and warm smiles.

During the violence that spread through Gaza, Ivanka unveiled the inauguration plaque, receiving an inconceivable applause from the crowd in celebration.

Who is to claim responsibility?

Although the Israeli forces shot and killed unarmed civilians and took the life of an eight-month-old child, Benjamin Netanyahu defended Israel's use of lethal weapons against Palestinian protesters.

According to Jeff Glor, a CBS news anchor, in a meeting with Netanyahu, the Israeli Prime Minister claimed "Hamas is pushing people with a view of a massive infiltration into Israel, openly declaring their goal is to destroy Israel. They're paying these people. So, it's, it's not the, you know, the peaceful demonstrations that you think about."

The United States ambassador to the UN, Nikki Haley, claimed that the decision to move the embassy to Jerusalem has no effect on the Palestinian people. Haley went on to explain in an emergency meeting called by the UN, that the Palestinian deaths were squarely Hama's fault, backed by Iran.

The United States refuses to condemn Israel's actions of firing weapons and using tear gas bombs against groups of unarmed individuals.

How are the Palestinians outside of Palestine reacting?

Not only Palestinians but the vast majority of communities outside of Palestine, regardless of religion and nationality, are standing against Israel and expressing their discontentment in protests, while simultaneously taking to social media to reveal Israel's actions. Although these communities are supporting the Palestinian people, their governments, for the most part, side with Israel. Many people want to see Israel take responsibility rather than strenuously blame Hamas and Iran for the deaths of the Palestinian people.