The United States warned the Palestinians not to cancel talks with Vice President Mike Pence, after Washington recognized Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.
It would be "counterproductive" to reject talks between Pence and Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas, planned later this month, the United States said.
A senior Palestinian official said earlier that Pence would not be welcome.
President Donald Trump's announcement about Jerusalem reversed decades of US policy on the state of Jerusalem.
On Thursday, at least 31 Palestinians were injured in clashes in the Gaza Strip and in the occupied West Bank.
Wrath in the West Bank and delight in West Jerusalem
The fighting was triggered by Mr. Trump's change of policy. More protests are expected in the Palestinian territories on Friday.
The Palestinian Islamist group Hamas has already called for a new intifada, or uprising.
Israel has deployed hundreds of additional troops in the West Bank.
Many of Washington's closest allies have said they disagree with the change in US policy, and both the UN Security Council and the Arab League will meet in the next few days to decide their response.
How did a dispute about the Abbas-Pence talks develop?  On Thursday, the White House said the vice president planned to hold the meeting as planned.
Mr. Pence "still intends to meet with Abbas and the Palestinian leadership and thinks that any decision to withdraw from the meeting would be counterproductive," said a White House official.
During his visit, scheduled for the second half of December – Mr. Pence will also visit Israel and Egypt.
Earlier, Jibril Rajoub, a senior official of Mr. Abbas's Fatah party, said Mr. Pence was "unwelcome" in the Palestinian territories.
Mr. Rajoub added that the meeting with the Palestinian leader would not take place.
Mr. Abbas has not commented personally on the subject.
Why did Trump reverse the policy of the United States?
Mr. Trump announced the change on Wednesday. The president of the United States said: "I have judged that this course of action is best for the interests of the United States of America and the search for peace between Israel and the Palestinians."
He said he ran the US state department. UU to begin preparations to move the US embassy. UU from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem.
Despite warning of regional unrest over any movement, the decision fulfills a campaign promise and appeals to Trump's rightist base.
Recognizing Jerusalem as the capital of Israel was "nothing more nor less than an acknowledgment of reality," he added. "It's also the right thing."
Trump said the United States would support a two-state solution: an abbreviated form of a final agreement that would see the creation of an independent Palestinian state within the pre-1967 ceasefire lines in the West Bank, Gaza Strip and East Jerusalem, living peacefully with Israel – "if both parties agreed to it".
The president also refrained from using Israel's description of Jerusalem as his "eternal and undivided capital." The Palestinians want East Jerusalem to be the capital of any future Palestinian state.
What was the reaction?
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Israel was deeply grateful to Trump, who had "tied himself forever with history." from the capital. "
He also said that Israel was" in contact with other countries to follow his example. "He did not name any of these countries, although the Philippines and the Czech Republic have been mentioned in the Israeli media.  The White House said it had no knowledge of any country that plans to follow Trump's initiative.
The mood was very different on the Palestinian side.
The Hamas leader, who dominates the Gaza Strip. Gaza has called for a "day of fury" on Friday and said it should "be the first day of the Intifada against the occupier."
Hamas members would be "fully prepared" to "face this strategic danger," he said. Ismail Haniya in a speech in Gaza
Meanwhile, the Fa party tah seeks to protest by diplomatic means, by filing a complaint with the UN Security Council and pressing for a firm position of the Arab League.
We will declare the disqualification of the United States was confirmed as a co-sponsor of any peace process or political process, "said spokesman Dr. Nasser Al-Kidwa." In our opinion, he has lost his ability to do or perform some effort in this regard. "
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There has also been widespread condemnation throughout the Arab and Muslim world, with the President of Turkey Recep Tayyip Erdogan warning Mr. Trump that he was "throwing the region into a circle of fire."
The leaders of the United Kingdom, France and Germany have said they disagree with the announcement by the United States.
Why is the announcement important?
Jerusalem is of great importance to both Israel and the Palestinians, it contains sacred sites for the three major monotheistic religions: Judaism, Islam and Christianity.
Israeli sovereignty over Jerusalem n has never been recognized internationally, and all countries maintain their embassies in Tel Aviv.
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East Jerusalem, which includes the Old City, was annexed by Israel after the Six Day War of 1967, but so far it has not been recognized internationally as part From Israel .
According to the peace agreements between Israel and Palestine of 1993, the final state of Jerusalem must be discussed in the last stages of the peace talks.