The Florida House has not acted on a complaint that called the comments "atrocious."
Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett has repeatedly said that there is "no room" for a consulate that would serve as a diplomatic mission for Palestinians in the contested city.
Pro-Palestinian activists have argued the TLVFest is an attempt to divert attention from Israeli occupation
After the popular ice cream company pledged to stop selling its product in the Occupied Palestinian Territory, several states said they would divest.
"The bipartisan attacks launched at me for speaking a factual truth about the apartheid system in Israel will not intimidate or silence this girl," the Michigan Democrat tweeted Friday.
"If this is not achieved, why maintain recognition of Israel based on the 1967 borders?" President Mahmoud Abbas said.
A senior Palestinian official overseeing relations with Israel said the deal was "a first batch in the road to finalizing this file entirely."
"I always tell people that cutting people off from water is violence. And they do it from Gaza to Detroit," said the congresswoman in a video.
The Ben & Jerry's boycott, and Unilever's role in it, has ramifications under both U.S. federal and state laws.
Ben & Jerry's said "it is inconsistent with our values" to continue selling tubs of ice cream in the occupied Palestinian territories.
Ben & Jerry's said it will no longer sell its ice cream in the Occupied Palestinian Territory in a press release posted to its website on Monday.
"QAnon" and "Trump won" were allowed on previews of customized bottles, while "LGBT" and "Black Lives Matter" were prohibited.
Paul Lebowitz, 67, said he was violently targeted for being Jewish during a conversation about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict with a stranger.
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.
Abbas has criticized Israelis' presence at the Al-Aqsa mosque, and his office stresses a cease-fire has to include an end to the "invasions."
"We are in the process of providing more than $360 million in urgent support for the Palestinian people," according to a State Department spokesperson.
"You have Hamas, a terrorist group. You have a right-wing Israeli government and the situation is getting worse," Sanders said Sunday.
"It is the only way to ensure Israel's future as both a Jewish and Democratic state. And of course the only way to give the Palestinians the state to which they are entitled," Blinken said.
Greene's latest inflammatory accusation against Ocasio-Cortez even suggested she is a "terrorist."
"Our critique is of Israel and their human rights abuses. This is not an excuse for anti-semitic hate crimes," Ocasio-Cortez tweeted.
Israeli Ambassador to the United Nations Gilad Erdan criticized the United Nations' hypocrisy and questioned whether they would have asked the Allied forces to show restraint against Hitler.
Israel has faced criticism for the high Palestinian death toll but has put some of the blame on the rocket attacks by Hamas and other militant organizations.
Death and destruction continue in Gaza and Israel, but it may ultimately boost the political fortunes of both Hamas and embattled Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
Protesters from grassroots group Palestine Action aim to occupy the facility for "as long as possible."
"The President conveyed to the Prime Minister that he expected a significant de-escalation today on the path to a ceasefire," according to the White House's account of President Joe Biden's fourth call with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu since the latest Gaza crisis began.
Demonstrations have taken place outside seven of Israel's eight consulates across the United States, as well as the embassy in Washington, D.C.
"When there is a shooting war where innocent kids on both sides are being killed, we always aggressively ask for a cease-fire," Kaine said.
"I've been following this from a distance for a really long time, and I've never felt like Americans really care that much about Palestinians," Reid said.
Several high-profile figures have waded into the conflict on social media, before withdrawing their posts.