The deaths overshadowed the opening of the new US embassy in Jerusalem, relocated from Tel Aviv in fulfillment of a campaign promise by US President Donald Trump, whose daughter Ivanka attended the inaugural ceremony.
"Those shocking and bloody images can't leave us without welcoming the decision of the government of Canada and other governments who didn't participate in the so-called inauguration ceremony of the USA on Palestinian land", said the statement from the Ottawa delegation.
"The worldwide community must step in and prevent war, we need to move forward quickly and effectively on all projects that we have discussed for months and months to solve the energy, water and health crisis of the population", he said. He said there is "no justification for the killing" and that "Israel has a responsibility to calibrate it's use of force".
"There is nothing that justifies using live fire against protesters or the dozens of murders", Joint List head Ayman Odeh told the crowd.
US Ambassador Nikki Haley defended Israel, however. "In fact, the records of several countries here today suggest they would be much less restrained".
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Nauert also refused to link the violence with the new American embassy, unveiled Monday after the United States recognized Jerusalem as Israel's capital in December.
In a phone call to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, French President Emmanuel Macron condemned the violence in Gaza and spoke of the importance of protecting civilians and their right to protest.
U.S. ambassador Nikki Haley said no member "would act with more restraint than Israel has" in its confrontation with Palestinians at the Gaza border. He also accused the Islamist movement Hamas of taking "the people of Gaza hostage".
A Foreign Office spokesperson, in a statement, said the move represents violation of global law and several United Nations Security Council resolutions, in particular resolutions No. 476 and 478.
Violent demonstrations have erupted across Israel and the Palestinian territories as the USA officially moved its embassy from Tel Aviv to the disputed city of Jerusalem, which Palestinians also claim as their capital.
Jerusalem's status is perhaps the thorniest issue in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
That deal was strongly backed by the United States, which was keen to see Israel make up with one of its very few key Muslim partners.