"Reported use of excessive force and live ammunition is inexcusable", the prime minister's statement continued.
Defense Minister Avigdor Liberman and the Coordinator of Government Activities in the Territories (COGAT), Israel's liaison agency with the Palestinians, made a decision to ease movement restrictions set during the heightened tensions of recent days, allowing easier passage into Israel of West Bank Palestinians with permits.
The news comes as a senior Hamas official admitted that 50 of the rioters killed Monday by Israeli soldiers in the Gaza Strip were members of the Islamist militant group.
Israel has long argued that Hamas has used the protests, which began on March 30, as cover to for terrorist attacks or attempts to infiltrate its border.
Mohammed said Thursday that peace requires political will and courage from all sides.
- Condemning the widespread systematic crimes committed by the Israeli occupation forces against the unarmed Palestinian civilians as war crimes and crimes against humanity under global humanitarian law and the worldwide human rights law.
Dr. Loubani, who was field testing 3D printing tourniquets, said he was shot by an Israeli sniper while standing 25 metres away from the protests and surrounded by orange vested paramedics.
Vladimir Putin inaugurates Bridge linking annexed Ukrainian Peninsula and Russian Mainland
The Soviet Union and Nazi Germany had considered and then scrapped plans to build a bridge over the Kerch strait. The US State Department on Tuesday condemned the partial opening of the bridge across the Kerch Strait.
Israel faced criticism from countries including Saudi Arabia, France, Belgium and the UK Turkey expelled Israel's ambassador and recalled its own from Israel and the US. The Palestinians held a one-day general strike and called for three days of mourning for the victims.
The United States officially relocated its embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem on Monday.
"I am very anxious about the escalation of tensions in the Holy Land and the Middle East, and about the spiral of violence which moves us ever further away from the path of peace, dialogue and negotiation", he said during his weekly audience at the Vatican.
Mr Erdogan, who also announced plans for a pro-Palestinian rally, has exchanged bitter accusations with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, calling Israel an "apartheid state" and ordering the country's ambassador to Turkey to leave.
On Wednesday, Guatemala followed the USA lead, festively opening its new Jerusalem mission with Guatemalan President Jimmy Morales saying his country was bringing a message of "love, peace and fraternity" to Israel.
Prosecutors are doing preliminary examinations, the source said.