The UN Security Council has passed a resolution demanding Israel stop building settlements on occupied Palestinian territory.
The resolution was put forward at the 15-member council by New Zealand, Malaysia, Venezuela and Senegal.
Egypt withdrew from voting on Thursday after coming under pressure from Israel.
The US abstained after Donald Trump called on the country to veto the measure.
The motion was adopted with 14 votes in favour to a round of applause.
Downing Street said it was "not appropriate" for John Kerry to brand the Netanyahu administration as the "most right wing in history".
The Israeli prime minister said the country would stop funding for a number of UN bodies deemed as 'hostile' to Israel.