Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says he won't give up any part of the city, while Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas says Trump's policy shift on Jerusalem disqualified the U.S.as a broker.
Binyamin Netanyahu urged world leaders yesterday to follow the United States example and move their embassies to Jerusalem, claiming that recognising the city as the capital of Israel would be the first step to peace.
On Saturday, hundreds of Palestinians, who have been protesting the embassy move, marched through the streets of Gaza, carrying the body of a protester shot by Israeli troops Friday. Protests are continuing across the region.
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The agenda will include talks over the controversial U.S. embassy move, scheduled to take place on Monday.
"There continues to be real anger among Palestinians" over Trump's decision, the CBC's Derek Stoffel said from Jerusalem. In 1967, Israel captured east Jerusalem, along with the West Bank and Gaza Strip.
Hamas leaders have voiced support in recent days for attempts to break the fence into Israel, despite the possibility of it leading to bloodshed.
Over the years, a few countries set up embassies in Jerusalem and then left it again.
"We look forward to celebrating Israel's 70th anniversary and the bright future ahead". This date marks when approximately 760,000 Palestinians, estimated today to number about 5.5 million with their descendants, fled or were driven from their homes.
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Israel has warned that it will prevent any border breach.
Gaza Health ministry said in an official statement that 49 Palestinians were killed and more than 8,000 injured by Israeli army gunfire since the beginning of the marches. Israel says it has a right to defend its border and has accused Hamas of using the protests as a cover for attacking the border.
In an area east of Gaza City, protesters burned tires, releasing large plumes of black smoke, and threw stones.
"The crossing will remain closed until the damage caused by the riots are repaired and will reopen in accordance with a situation assessment", the Israeli military said. Israeli officials said it could take weeks or months to fix the crossing.
"For 70 years Jerusalem been awaiting worldwide recognition, until President Donald Trump, in a courageous move, recognized Jerusalem as the eternal capital of Israel", the Beitar Trump Jerusalem football club - formerly known as the Beitar Jerusalem Football Club - said on its Facebook page.
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On Wednesday afternoon, Acosta confirmed to CNN host Wolf Blitzer that the White House had not yet revoked his press credentials. Those numbers only take a look at ABC, CBS , and NBC, and thus do not include the positive press Trump receives from Fox.
Only two countries, Guatemala and Paraguay, have said they will follow suit.