Palestinian officials said on Tuesday that Palestinian President Trump, Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas was on a call to transfer the US embassy in Israel to Jerusalem, causing regional tensions to increase over time and on the level of America taking into account the heating of the city.
Trump has repeatedly pledged to take a very symbolic move to move the embassy in Tel Aviv, which will be seen as de facto recognition of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel. The White House did not say whether Trump signed an exception this week, which has decided to transfer the embassy to postpone for at least six months, as the previous president had done, and the Palestinian statement did not say whether the president had revealed the timeline.
Trump’s intention is to bring new warnings to Saudi Arabia, which is an important American ally and a potential US partner for the Middle East peace agreement. The Saudi Ministry of Foreign Affairs said “serious and deep concern” for the report that Trump intends to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel and transfer the embassy.
The opposition is built in the Arab world and beyond Trump to the embassy or officially recognizes the controversial city as the capital of Israel.
Abbas’s spokesman, Nabil Abu Rudeineh, quoted by the official Palestinian news agency as saying Abbas said his call to Trump that changed the embassy would have a very negative impact.
Abbas, spokesman in a statement, “warned of the dangerous consequences that would be peace in the region of decision, and peace, security and stability and in the world.”
The status of Jerusalem has been a flashpoint. Israel claims all capital; Palestine wants the eastern part of the country to become the Palestinian capital.
Congress passed the law in 1995 and urged the US embassy to move to Jerusalem. For Tel Aviv to insure it, the president must sign an exemption every six months, as Trump did in June. Although the president has signed the resignation or the plan, the question of whether he declared Jerusalem the capital of Israel, after a wave of concern about the Arab world and its cause.
Palestine threatened to tighten relations with Washington when Trump made a unilateral decision on the status of Jerusalem.
The international community has been unanimous in that the future of the city should be defined by the negotiations. Thus, the foreign embassies are located in Tel Aviv.
Violent warning to explain the Israeli capital in Jerusalem or to transfer the US embassy is from Turkey, the ally of NATO and some Arab countries.
Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman
The Saudi opposition is very important, in part because President Jared Kushner received the support of Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman in an effort to mobilize Arab support for the peace movement in the region. But the Saudi phenomenon of Trump’s potential moves became even stronger.
“This move is a real and unfair change to bias, United States, the world is waiting for the United States to work to achieve the peace process, the desired progress, the Arab Foreign Ministry announced the government’s help to the news agency Arabic”. This movement also raises the sentiment of Islam throughout the world, taking into account the great importance of Jerusalem and its important role. ”
Other Arab countries are also under pressure. Ali Ayed, Jordan’s ambassador to Egypt and the representative of the Arab League, said the decision to close Jerusalem as Israel’s capital would have a devastating impact not only on the Palestinian territories, including the entire Arab world and the Islamic world.
At the extraordinary Arab Summit Lighi, Ayed said that such a decision would end the discontent and disappointment of Muslims and would compromise efforts to achieve a just and comprehensive peace in the Middle East, Jordan Petra News Agency.
European allies like France also say that US unilateral action in Jerusalem will increase tension