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Trump will not announce Israel embassy move on overseas trip

Trump will not announce Israel embassy move on overseas trip

Only days before President Donald Trump visits Jerusalem, Israeli politicians describe an atmosphere of "nervousness" and "confusion".

One possible factor: the absence of a firm decision as to whether he will move the USA embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, as promised. But as Trump prepares to visit the region this weekend, apprehension reigns instead. In private, there is a growing concern about what Trump may say or do.

Ambassador Haley, who has become a bipartisan favorite due to her fiery presence at the United Nations, has publicly urged that USA policy reflects that Jerusalem is part of Israel.

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The classified information that President Donald Trump shared with Russian officials last week came from an Israeli source described by multiple US officials as the most valuable source of information on external plotting by Islamic State.

President Trump said he will reaffirm the U.S.'s "unbreakable alliance with the Jewish state" while in Israel. In addition, Russian Federation maintains close ties with Iran and Syria, Israel's bitter enemies. Defense Minister Avigdor Liberman, however, sent a Twitter statement affirming his country's "meaningful" security ties with the USA and said their strong relationship will continue. "That is how it will continue to be". While the probability of the "ultimate deal" seems as slim as ever, Trump will begin with the more achievable first step that his predecessors took: trying to goad the parties back to the negotiating table.

An Associated Press photographer was also injured in the incident. "My gut feeling is that anyone who belongs to the professional club is very angry". Yet both sides have an interest in continuing to cooperate fully on intelligence. If asked by President Trump, would Prime Minister Netanyahu be willing to return to the negotiating table? Ted Cruz, R-Texas, and U.S. Sen. This information can be useful to Western allies, who have experienced attacks by Islamic extremists as well.

The Trump administration reportedly will not be moving the U.S. Embassy to Jerusalem from Tel Aviv for now.

According to the official quoted on Bloomberg News, the United States administration considers its discussions with both the Israeli government and the Palestinian Authority to be promising, with the Palestinians in particular agreeing to talk without preconditions.

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The Orthodox Union, which had complained earlier in the week about McMaster's comments, was "disappointed" in the news that Trump would not be moving the embassy now, said Nathan Diament, its Washington director. Located in the Old City of Jerusalem, the U.S. as well as the worldwide community, consider the wall and the entire area to be occupied territory.

Both Israel and the Palestinians consider Jerusalem to be their capital. "Jerusalem is the eternal and indivisible capital of the Jewish people and of the modern state of Israel". Any potential move by the USA would likely be viewed as provocative to Palestinians, who claim the city as the capital of a future state, and the leaders of the region's Arab nations.

However, what worries Israelis the most about Mr. Trump is how personally invested he is becoming in the peace process. Trump is to visit the site by himself.

On top of this, Trump "burned our hands, he's going first to Saudi Arabia" instead of Israel, the USA key military and diplomatic ally in the Middle East, Diskin says. More than a third of Palestinians believe his administration will allow continued Israeli settlement building, escalating Israeli-Palestinian tensions.

The clock is ticking on President Trump's decision over whether to move the American embassy in Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, Israel's capital city.

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"I assume that Trump had other considerations in mind and was perhaps not aware of the consequences of what he was saying". His platform made no mention of a Palestinian state, and he embraced West Bank settler leaders, who had been ostracized by the Obama administration.