A Palestinian man was shot dead by Israeli soldiers on Saturday following a clash with Jewish settlers near the West Bank city of Nablus, medics and security sources said.
Medics in the two regions said 10 Palestinians were injured, while dozens were treated in the field for inhaling tear gas fired by Israeli soldiers to disperse young stone throwers.
Sidelining Washington, Abbas is instead pushing for a global multilateral approach to resolve the decades-long Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
Battles between protesters and the Israeli army flared up through the West Bank and along Gaza's border, left over twelve protesters wounded.
Meanwhile, at least four people were wounded in the Gaza Strip Friday, one of them seriously, in clashes along the border with Israel, the Health Ministry in the Palestinian enclave said. The official Palestinian news agency Wafa said he had disabilities, without further details.
Israeli media said the army viewed the event as a potential security threat, while authorities were concerned over how to respond if violence erupted with women and children among the protesters. In December, IDF soldiers killed a legless Palestinian man protesting near the Gaza border, Palestinian officials said, causing an worldwide outcry.
According to the IDF troops who were at the scene, al-Jabari was shot because he was about to throw a Molotov cocktail at them.
The Americans have notified some Arab countries that Trump's decision to move the United States embassy to Jerusalem al-Quds was "part of an American effort to persuade Israel, especially the hardliners, to agree to possible concessions to the Palestinians", according to the report.
US -led peace talks between Israel and the Palestinians broke down in 2014 and a new push by President Donald Trump's administration to restart negotiations has shown little progress so far.