Moshe Hogeg, owner of the Beitar Jerusalem soccer club, said he made the decision "with great sadness" after Barcelona refused to play the match in Jerusalem.
Hamas urged Palestinians to "rise up in the face of the occupier and resist it by all means to stop its crimes and arrogance."
The May 10 parade, which was meant to celebrate Israel's capture of East Jerusalem in the 1967 Mideast war, had begun when Hamas fired rockets from Gaza toward the holy city.
On Sunday, police arrested twins Muna and Muhammad al-Kurd, who led a demonstration against attempts to evict Palestinian families from their homes in Sheikh Jarrah.
More than 500 employees demand that the e-commerce company terminates business contracts with organizations that they allege violate human rights, including the Israeli Defense Forces.
The suspension comes amid a backlog of cases that's left people looking to travel frustrated.
The Council on American-Islamic Relations said Biden "literally aids, abets and justifies the Israeli apartheid government's indiscriminate bombing."
Video of the moment has been shared widely on social media.
The Democratic congresswoman said violence and oppression of Palestinians has been "enabled and supported" by Israel's prime minister.
Palestinians are now certain they will be rewarded, not punished, for their aggression.
Israel will "stop the anarchy and restore governance to the cities of Israel, with an iron fist if needed, with all forces needed and all authorities required," Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Wednesday.
Violence in Israel, the worst seen since the 2014 Gaza war, has left at least 36 people dead—five Israelis and 31 Palestinians.
"What we have witnessed is, clearly and frankly, a provocation by the Israeli occupation, that targeted the holiest Islamic sanctities, at the most sacred time," Ahmed Aboul Gheit, the head of the Arab League, told the Associated Press.
The New York mayoral candidate said he is "standing with Israel" amid reports nine children were killed in Gaza during airstrikes.
The recent escalation has been fuelled over claims over Jerusalem, which both sides see as their capital.
John Hagee, the Christian pastor famous for his passionate support of Israel, says elitists in government and the media are making a bad situation worse in Jerusalem.
Health officials reported a total of 20 deaths in Gaza, nine of which were children after an explosion. It is not known what exactly caused the blast.
The incident came during a particularly violent day after weeks of tension.
The United States has issued a condemnation of rocket attacks claimed by Hamas against Israeli cities and settlements, while Middle Eastern nations including Iran, Turkey and Arab states have condemned Israel's crackdown on Palestinian protesters and worshippers.
"We have serious concerns about the situation, including violent confrontations that we've seen over the last few days," White House press secretary Jen Psaki said on Monday, hours after Hamas militants fired rockets into Israel.
The clashes erupted as Israelis prepared to mark Jerusalem Day, celebrating Israel's annexation of East Jerusalem in 1967.
The incident took place near the Al-Aqsa mosque compound in east Jerusalem following days of mounting tension.
Most were injured after being hit in the face by rubber-coated bullets and shrapnel from stun grenades, the Palestinian Red Crescent said.
"Of course there are laws that some people may consider as favoring Jews—it's a Jewish state," Fleur Hassan-Nahoum, a deputy mayor of Jerusalem, said.
The two Palestinians were shot to death after they opened fire, along with another individual, on one of Israel's bases in the West Bank.
The message comes as several Palestinian families in the neighborhood continue to fight a long-standing legal battle with Israeli groups that are trying to acquire the property, as both sides view the land as their own territory.
Security forces in Jerusalem separately clashed with Palestinians angry about Ramadan restriction and Jewish extremists who held an anti-Arab march nearby on Thursday night.
Senators backed an amendment supporting the embassy move in a 97-3 vote on Thursday night.