While the monthlong celebration of Ramadan began for Muslims over the weekend, so did the deadliest clashes between Israelis and Palestinians in recent years.
Egypt and Jordan were among the Arab states to condemn U.S. recognition of the Golan Heights as Israeli. They were joined by Turkey and Iran in the region, as well as France, Germany, Russia and the U.K. abroad.
"Only the strong survive," the videos declare.
The government coalition collapsed Friday after disagreements over the vacant defense minister post.
Avigdor Lieberman quit in protest over Prime Minister Benjamin Netahyahu's refusal to launch a military offensive into the Gaza Strip, calling for new elections.
A senior Israeli officer who led the raid was also killed.
Nadim Sarrouh says Shin Bet agents accused him of anti-Israeli activities and were suspicious of his heritage.
The killings come as Egypt attempts to broker a ceasefire deal between Israel and Hamas.
The Israel Defense Forces said its troops used "proportional force" to respond to what it called "provocateurs."
"I reckon that some of this will certainly be implemented," said Israel's public security minister, Gilad Erdan.
Hamas leaders must show "a clear intent for a peaceful relationship with their neighbors" if they want foreign aid, Kushner said.
Frustrated Palestinians are pushing with new idealism for an Israeli-Palestinian state. How to get there is becoming the key issue of their generation.
The move tightens the blockade on Gaza, which has been in place since 2007.
The fire kits destroyed thousands of acres of farmland and caused millions in damage.
Gilad Erdan said Palestinians who use kites to set fire to Israeli fields should be assassinated by the Israeli military.
"The issue is not the numbers. The issue is who is doing what," Yoav Gallant said.
The flotilla was intercepted by Israeli ships at the limit of the blockade.
At least 25 mortar shells were fired at southern Israeli communities but with no reported injuries.
The international premiere of "Solo: A Star Wars Story" at the Cannes Film Festival became an unexpected protest site, as Lebanese actor Manal Issa demonstrated against Israel's killing of Gaza protesters.
"They just seem totally oblivious to what was going on not so far away," Scarborough said.
The Justice Seekers Student Movement said the "illegal" building must be destroyed.
The day marks the exodus of hundreds of thousands of Palestinians from Israel after the country was founded in May 1948.
Palestinians will mark Nakba Day today, following the violence that left 58 demonstrators dead on Monday.