Violent protests have broken out across the West Bank and Gaza Strip following Donald Trump’s decision to recognise Jerusalem as Israel’s capital.

Sky’s Middle East Correspondent Alex Rossi, who is in Ramallah, said ‘the air is thick with the smoke of burning tyres’ – with ambulance crews arriving at the scene where people are using makeshift slings to throw stones at the Israeli defence forces.

‘People here are now talking about the possibility of a third Intifada, the Arab word for an uprising,’ he added.

Rossi described the situation on the ground as ‘extremely volatile’ – adding that Israeli troops are firing tear gas and sponge bullets into the crowd.

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