Update 2018-05-11: From Saturday (12 May) until Sunday (13 May) the Jerusalem Day will be celebrated. The parade between Independence Park and the Western Wall Plaza in East Jerusalem passing the future US-Embassy in the Arnona neighbourhood is expected to attract large crowds of people. Violent incidents are possible. High security measures and road closures, including roads to Ben Gurion Airport, are to be expected.
Update 2018-05-10: In connection to the US embassy move from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, a Hamas leader called on protesters to breach the border fence between the Gaza Strip and Israel on Monday (14 May) and Tuesday (15 May). In the past, similar attempts caused severe clashes in the border area resulting in dozens of fatalities. A general strike was also announced to be held in the Palestinian Territories on Monday (14 May).
AFP, Auswärtiges Amt
2018-05-09: The German Federal Foreign Office warns of a series of events that could lead to tensions in Israel, especially in Jerusalem, and in the Palestinian Territories. On Monday (14 May), the 70th anniversary of the Foundation Day of Israel according to the Gregorian calendar, will coincide with the official reopening of the US Embassy in Jerusalem. On Tuesday (15 May) the Nakba Day is commemorated in the Palestinian Territories. Heightened security measures and violent protests are to be expected. Terrorist attacks cannot be ruled out.
Travellers are advised to inform themselves via local media and authorities about the current situation on site, to exercise high caution, to strictly avoid operations of security forces as well as gatherings, and to follow instructions from security forces.