"The real role of Europe is to begin by recognising the state of Palestine", said Abdalrahim Alfarra, Ambassador of Palestine to the EU.
Deputy Ambassador Michael Baror said they were sorry for the loss of lives, and added that their problem is with the regime, not Palestinians.
Obayda Afghani, who was born in the Palestinian territory, said she was "angry and outraged and frustrated" about the killings on Monday: "You hear condemnations here and there, but is that enough?"
Her cousin and her neighbor were killed by Israeli troops during the protest, she said.
"I was born before the 1967 occupation". But earlier, Erdogan spoke by telephone to Jordan´s King Abdullah and Malaysia´s 92-year-old new leader Mahathir Mohamad. "Our homes were destroyed", Afghani said. "People who recognise the humanity in others do not author or perpetrate massacres", he said.
Pakistan has noted with grave concern that despite calls by the worldwide community to comply with UN General Assembly and Security Council resolutions on the two-state solution, the United States is moving its Embassy to Jerusalem, reported by Radio Pakistan.
Israeli and Palestinian ambassadors at the United Nations have accused each other's countries of violating worldwide law.
Alistair Burt, UK Minister for the Middle East, has said the United States needs to show greater understanding of the root causes of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, in a rare criticism of Britain's closest ally.
"This is actually what we want them to know, that we want to burn them", the man said. On Friday, some demonstrators entered and attacked the Garden of Peace, the main crossing channel for food and fuel to the Palestinians. "There is no such thing".
But a spokesman for Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland says Canada wasn't invited.
"We have watched the demonstrations over the past six weeks".
On Monday, Freeland tweeted that the violence against civilians, journalists and children was "inexcusable". "All parties to the conflict have a responsibility to ensure civilians are protected", she wrote.
Britain, France, the Netherlands, Poland and Sweden - the five European nations on the council - joined Belgium, Germany and Italy in a statement calling on Israel to "refrain from excessive use of force" and on Hamas "to avoid provocation" and ensure that protests remain non violent.
"The Israeli ambassador was told that our envoy to Israel was called back for consultations, and was informed that it would be appropriate for him to go back to his country for some time", a Turkish Foreign Ministry source said. It was the highest Palestinian single-day death toll since the 2014 Gaza war.
Since the protests began, Israeli forces have killed more than 100 Palestinians, according to the Palestinian Health Ministry, sparking global outrage, particularly over the deaths of unarmed protesters and journalists.