Similarly, Qassem Soleimani, the head of the branch of the Guards that oversees operations outside of Iran's borders pledged the Islamic Republic's 'complete support for Palestinian Islamic resistance movements' after phone calls with commanders from Islamic Jihad and the Izz al-Deen Qassam brigades, the armed wing of the Hamas movement, on Monday according to Sepah News, the news site of the Guards.
Netanyahu's comments on Iran came a few days after airstrikes destroyed a reported Iranian base in Syria.
It praised the international condemnation of US President Donald Trump's announcement and called on the US administration to overturn this decision.
Netanyahu insisted, however, that "what President Trump has done is put facts squarely on the table". These critcisms were thrown into the spotlight when ProPublica, in conjunction with the Marshall Project, published "An Unbelievable Story of Rape" - an investigative project which showed how a police department in Washington state coerced a woman into retracting a rape allegation. The US decision, which triggered protests across the Middle East, has been widely criticised, including by António Guterres, the UN secretary-general. The houses of the country's president and prime minister are located in the city.
The Muslim world was delivered a serious blow by America's erratic president. Israel's government rushed to congratulate Trump but the European Union has refused to follow the US lead.
Palestinian officials have reacted furiously to Trump's Jerusalem move.
Raeda Sabt, a Bahraini social influencer, said: "Bahrain's support for the Palestinian cause is documented in history books, and we cannot accept people who seek to tarnish Bahrain's reputation and discredit its history by normalisation [visiting Israel] - a move has greatly hurt us".
"Our hope is that everything is calming down and that we are returning to a path of normal life without riots and without violence", Israeli Defence Minister Avigdor Lieberman said on Army Radio.
Mogherini, who last week warned the Jerusalem decision could take the situation "backwards to even darker times", restated the EU's position that a two-state solution with Jerusalem as capital for both Israelis and Palestinians was the only sustainable way to resolve the conflict.
"Abbas couldn't become less Palestinian than Obama", and so negotiations were frozen, he said. But the survey found very different sentiment among different parts of the population.
The presence of Israeli soldiers has led to a cycle of confrontation, often resulting in nightly military raids and arrests. Senators Warren, Brown and Murphy showed mild opposition, saying that diplomacy should determine the final status of the city, but agreeing that Jerusalem is Israel's capital.
"These children are usually picked up at protests, arrested for throwing stones, for allegedly possessing a weapon, things like that", he explained.
NYPD detectives in the Special Victims division received training in Forensic Experiential Trauma Interview (FETI) techniques this year.
In public remarks on Sunday, Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan, a frequent critic of Israel, called it an "invader state" and a "terror state".
The parliament decided to assign delegations representing the Arab Parliament to visit the African and European parliaments to hold meetings and demand an international rejection of the U.S. decision.