"What I'm saying is that we believe that Hamas as an organization is engaged in cynical action that's leading to these deaths", Shah answered.
"Hamas is intentionally and cynically provoking this response", Shah added, suggesting the clashes were "a gruesome and unfortunate propaganda attempt" orchestrated by Hamas' leaders.
"The PM said in December when the announcement was first made that we disagree with the USA decision to move its embassy to Jerusalem and recognize Jerusalem as the Israeli capital before a final status agreement".
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Palestinian officials say Israeli military killed 55 people and wounded 2,700 in the deadliest violence in Gaza since 2014.
"We believe that Hamas is responsible for what's going on", Shah replied.
President Donald Trump announced his decision to move the United States embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem in December.
Many expressed concern that moving the embassy to Jerusalem, which would effectively recognize it as Israel's capital, would spark violence. "Congratulations!" Trump said via Twitter on Monday.