The European Union has condemned Israel for violence and "unnecessary force" shown during the funeral of journalist Shireen Abu Akleh.
The Palestinian-American journalist was shot and killed by Israeli forces while working in Jenin on Wednesday.
EU High Representative Josep Borrell said the bloc was "appalled" by the scenes at the funeral on Friday in Occupied East Jerusalem.
Al Jazeera, the news network where she worked, carried live pictures of the procession.
At one point, pallbearers appeared to almost drop the coffin due to the unrest.
"The Israeli army is asking people if they are Christian or Muslim. If you’re Muslim you weren’t allowed in." - @ajimran
Israeli occupation forces are attacking Palestinians during the funeral of killed Al Jazeera journalist Shireen Abu Akleh. pic.twitter.com/Xq3VkeOCqn
— Al Jazeera English (@AJEnglish) May 13, 2022
In a statement, Mr Borrell said: "The EU condemns the disproportionate use of force and the disrespectful behaviour by the Israeli police against the participants of the mourning procession.
"Allowing for a peaceful farewell and letting mourners grieve in peace without harassment and humiliation, is the minimal human respect .
"The EU reiterates its call for a thorough and independent investigation that clarifies all the circumstances of Shireen Abu Akleh's death that brings those responsible for her killing to justice."
1/2 Today, EU 🇪🇺and likeminded partners attended the funeral of Shireen Abu Akleh in occupied East Jerusalem. Appalled by the violence in the St Joseph Hospital compound and the level of unnecessary force exercised by Israeli police throughout the funeral procession.
— EU and Palestinians (@EUpalestinians) May 13, 2022
In a tweet, the Mission of the State of Palestine in Ireland said forces "harassed mourners and tried to deligitimise eye witness accounts".
They murdered #ShireenAbuAkleh, raided her wake, harassed mourners and tried to deligitimise eye witness accounts and now are destroying the sacred rituals of her funeral. We must have #justice #FreePalestine https://t.co/kL2vWdop1o
— Mission of the State of Palestine in Ireland (@IrePalestine) May 13, 2022
The funeral procession proceeded into St Andrew's Church and the Mount Zion Cemetery.