Trump's bid to militarize the US response to the protests has triggered a rare outpouring of condemnation from former US military officials, including Trump's first defense secretary, Jim Mattis.
Twelve lawmakers representing key Senate and House of Representatives committees called for continued U.S. support of the international peacekeeping force in Egypt’s Sinai Peninsula.
Esper said the Afghan government and the Taliban "both need to come together and make progress on the terms that (are) laid out."
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo also landed in Qatar's capital city, Doha on Saturday to witness the signing ceremony.
The two are expected to discuss Iran, Trump's peace plan.
According to one official, the rockets used in the attacks have become increasingly sophisticated with rockets with longer ranges and higher explosive power.
So what is happening that is causing this parade of top US military officers to Israel? Seemingly, it is like McKenzie warned – Iran is up to something.
The Iraq military said on Tuesday that U.S. forces crossing into Iraq as part of a pull-out from Syria do not have permission to stay and can only be there in transit.
“The quickest way to get them out of danger was to get them into Iraq,” Acting chief of staff Mick Mulvaney told Fox News Sunday.
Vice Minister of Defence Prince Khalid bin Salman, a brother of Prince Mohammed, said in Twitter posts that he met with Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and Defense Secretary Mark Esper.