The Old City in Jerusalem / Getty Images BY: Adam Kredo Follow @Kredo0 December 8, 2017 3:00 pmThe United States still will not formally recognize Jerusalem as being located in Israel on official documents and passports, despite President Donald Trump's announcement earlier this week that America is formally recognizing the holy city as Israel's capital, according to State Department officials who spoke to the Washington Free Beacon about the matter. Despite Trump's declaration, which was...
A Palestinian protester runs after catching fire during clashes with Israeli troops at a protest against US President Donald Trump's decision to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel / Getty Images BY: Adam Kredo Follow @Kredo0 December 7, 2017 12:00 pmTop officials in Iran and the Muslim Brotherhood are calling for violent reprisals on the United States and Israel following President Donald Trump's recognition Wednesday of Jerusalem as Israel's capital city, a long-promised...
A view of the Western Wall and the golden Dome of the Rock Islamic shrine on December 6, 2017 in Jerusalem, Israel / Getty Images BY: Adam Kredo Follow @Kredo0 December 6, 2017 12:52 pmThe United States is working to plan for potential security situations in Israel and the Middle East ahead of President Donald Trump's announcement Wednesday afternoon that he will recognize Jerusalem as Israel's capital city and begin the process to move the U.S. embassy there, a move that has already sparked...
Prez Trump declared the reality that Jerusalem is Israel's capital and, naturally, all of the Palestinian factions that claimed the false pursuit of peace for decades ordered their terrorists to kill as many Jews as possible. This is the real face of the 'peace process.'
@choptopmoseley State has decided that Jerusalem is Israel's capital, but that this doesn't mean Jerusalem is actually part of Israel. If you think about the logic here too much your brain will explode like in Scanners
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