Considering the objections coming from various representatives of Christian communities in Jerusalem, as well as prominent figures in Europe including the Pope, French President Emmanuel Macron, British Prime Minister Theresa May, and the leading Eastern countries such as Russian Federation and China, and the counter-decision expected to be issued by the European Parliament (EP), it looks like Israel is experiencing one of the loneliest moments in its history with only the USA siding with the country. We acknowledge the obvious: that Jerusalem is Israel's capital. Israelis and Palestinians alike claim Jerusalem as their capital.
Leaders called the USA decision to proclaim Jerusalem as the capital of Israel "irresponsible, null and void", and said it serves "in the interest of extremism and terrorism".
Police said the fourth Palestinian was fatally shot after stabbing an Israeli border police officer near a checkpoint on the outskirts of Ramallah.
Numerous Arab leaders have denounced Trump's December 6 decision on Jerusalem, which was welcomed in Israel.
Violence has soared since Mr Trump's declaration on the contested city.
Ismail Haniya said: "We demand the Islamic world make every Friday a day of anger and revolution in every capital and city until we bring down Trump's decision". The decision was considered "an indication of Washington's withdrawal from its role as a sponsor of peace".
In Jordan, thousands of people also demonstrated on Friday in the latest round of protests called by the Muslim Brotherhood, burning Israeli and American flags.
Several days of street protests in the Palestinian territories over Trump's announcement have largely died down, but there continues to be global concern about its impact on the "on-off" peace process.
In the West Bank, an Israeli policeman was wounded in a Palestinian knife-attack, Israeli police say.
Israel said on Thursday that it has chose to shut down Erez (Beit Hanoun) crossing for people and Kerem Shalom (Karem Abu Salem) crossing for goods, which come as a collective punishment following days of rocket attacks from Gaza into southern Israel.
In Gaza, hermetically sealed off by Israel and Egypt, at least 12 rockets or mortar rounds have been fired from the territory since Trump's announcement, with Israel hitting at least 10 sites in response.