United Nations: The United Nations Security Council held an emergency meeting on the escalating violence in East Jerusalem on Monday and discussed a proposed statement, calling on Israel to take up the case. "Moderation" Drink and honor the historical status quo at these holy sites.
Emergency meeting on the escalating violence in Jerusalem
Geraldine Byrne Naison, Ambassador of Ireland to the United Nations said "The Security Council should talk immediately, and we hope that it will be able to do so today." Council diplomats said all 15 members expressed concern over the clashes and escalating violence, but Israel’s closest ally, the US, said a statement might not be useful at this time. However, the US agreed to discuss this statement by council experts.
International pressure on Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu
On the other hand, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu seems to be ignoring international pressure. He is in favor of furthering the construction work in Jerusalem. He says that in the recent few days, he is being pressured not to do construction work in Jerusalem.
Currently, there is a demand to make peace at the international level in view of the ongoing violence in Jerusalem. About which many countries of the world have expressed concern. In order to maintain peace, Christian priest Pope Francis has also appealed that violence can only be given rise to violence.