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The Latin Patriarch of Jerusalem, Pierbattista Pizzaballa criticised Israeli police's actions during slain Palestinian journalist's Shireen Abu Akleh's funeral processions, where mourners carrying her casket were visibly assaulted.
Independent groups are launching investigations into the death of veteran Palestinian Al Jazeera journalist Shireen Abu Akleh, who was killed on Wednesday by Israeli forces, with mounting evidence supporting Palestinian accounts of her murder.
In a rare scene, Moroccan leftist and Islamist leaders stood shoulder to shoulder, wrapped in keffiyehs, while chanting against the Moroccan-Israeli normalisation.
After more than two weeks of closure, Israel on Sunday reopened Gaza's Erez Crossing to allow Palestinian workers access to and from the blockaded enclave.
Jordanian political leaders have repeatedly called on authorities to put more pressure on Israel and to expel its ambassador, after more than a month of Israeli raids on Al-Aqsa mosque.
Israel's police chief on Saturday ordered an investigation into the actions of officers at the funeral of journalist Shireen Abu Akleh after they charged the procession and beat pallbearers.
Officials said it was 'very likely' Shireen Abu Akleh was killed by Israeli fire, according to sources informed on Friday's discussion by high command in the Israeli military.
It comes as a US State Department report last month concluded Cairo or those acting on its behalf are responsible for serious rights violations.
EU foreign affairs head Josep Borrell said the EU 'condemns and deeply deplores' the decision, which also includes retrospective authorisation for three illegal settlements.