The leaders sparred verbally Sunday over the move to recognize Jerusalem as Israel's capital, while new violence rippled across the region.
Foreign ministers say the president's move is a violation of international law, and they call on the U.N. Security Council to condemn the U.S. action.
Strife breaks out in a number of countries, and a Gaza man is killed by Israeli gunfire, the first death of a protester since the U.S. change regarding Israel's capital.
The move comes despite urgent appeals from Arab and European leaders and the risk of anti-American protests and violence.
Moving the U.S. Embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem is not a “recognition of reality" but rather a deadly provocation that could get Americans blown up.
Recognizing the city—which is holy to Muslims as well as Christians and Jews—as Israel's capital would upend decades of U.S. policy and risk potentially violent protests.