"Israel is a sovereign nation with the right ... to determine its own capital", the president said at the time. Palestinian Authority officials, though, said the soldiers fired without reason.
There are over 500,000 Israeli Jewish settlers living in settlements across the West Bank, including East Jerusalem, which comes in violation of global law. "Those who create facts unilaterally now make future negotiations even more hard".
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The French Embassy in Israel, in turn, released a statement echoing the condemnation and adding that the settlements "hinder the search for a just and lasting peace and impedes the two-state solution It also fuels tensions on the ground".
The 1,122 housing units approved on Wednesday are at various stages in the process.
Much of the worldwide community views the settlements as illegal and an obstacle to peace.
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"This agenda runs counter to Israel's national interest, as well as the interests of everyone who seeks a peaceful future in the region", the statement adds.
Out of the 1,122 settlement homes, 770 have been reportedly approved as "down payment" and 352 others for "validation", said the organization.
Israel captured eastern Jerusalem - which includes Judaism's holiest sites of the Temple Mount and the Western Wall in the Old City - and the West Bank in the 1967 defensive war, seizing it from Jordanian occupation and reuniting the city.
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It was not immediately clear what caused the alarm, but it came on a day of fierce riots along the Israel Gaza border in which Palestinians said 46 people were injured by the IDF.