Speaking to NDTV, the Palestinian envoy, Adnan Abu Alhaijaa, said they weren't worried about India Israel ties "as long as India doesn't change its stand on Palestine".
He said , "India was supporting the Palestinian people. We expect the Indian government to continue to support Palestinians. Before PM Modi went to visit Israel, President of Palestine Mahmoud Abbas came to India, it was a very good visit. We have a very good attitude from PM Modi."
Tensions between Israelis and Palestinians have flared up in recent days after two Israeli policemen were shot dead in Jerusalem on July 14 near the holy Al Aqsa mosque. Israel followed by installing metal detectors that were angrily opposed by Palestinians. Four Palestinians died in the violence that followed.