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Diplomats at the UN said there had not yet been a call for an urgent Security Council meeting to find ways to lower tensions.
The Israeli legislation was also condemned by the six-nation Gulf Cooperation Council, comprised of Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar and the United Arab Emirates.
Hamas is the Islamic militant group that controls Gaza and has been waging a war with Israel since its founding in 1987.
The deal also provides for the evacuation to northern Syria of any rebels and jihadist fighters who refuse to live under government control.
The move comes after parliament on Wednesday approved surrogacy for single women or those unable to bear children -- without granting the same right to same-sex couples or single men.
The transfers come under a surrender deal agreed this week between Russia and Syrian rebels in Quneitra province that will see the sensitive zone fall back under state control.
Arab lawmakers and Palestinians called the law "racist" and said it legalised "apartheid" following a tumultuous debate in parliament.
Israel has pledged a tougher response to Palestinians who have for months sent balloons and kites carrying firebombs over the border fence to burn Israeli farmland.
The legislation, adopted after a tumultuous Knesset session, makes Hebrew the country's national language and defines the establishment of Jewish communities as being in the national interest.
After the parliament adopted the controversial nation state law Thursday, here is some background on Israel's long search for identity.
Israel's 1948 declaration of independence defined its nature as a Jewish and democratic state, a delicate balance the country has grappled to maintain for 70 years.
Some Arab lawmakers shouted and ripped up papers after the vote in protest.
Last week, Israel hit Gaza with the hardest airstrikes since its 2014 military campaign in the strip, killing at least two people.
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has already called Ozkan to pass on his best wishes after her return, said his spokesman Ibrahim Kalin, describing her incarceration as "unfounded".
Israelis opposed to the bill, deeming it discriminatory, have taken to the streets to protest in large numbers on Saturday in the capital Tel Aviv.