This Day of Rage is organized by a group operating directly under authorization by the PA government.
Trump showed moral clarity with his new post.
The incident took place around 3:30 AM, after a medical emergency had been reported on Menashe ben Israel Street in downtown Jerusalem.
As is typical in such instances, the institute of high learning chose to be right rather than smart.
Back in March, Vice President Mike Pence told the AIPAC conference that President Trump was "seriously considering" moving the embassy to Jerusalem.
White evangelical voters unusually high support was very significant in Trump's ability to capture the Midwestern states and win without a plurality.
The discussion, then as now, revolved around annexation versus a two-state solution, although at the time the most these Israeli ministers could imagine was a Palestinian autonomy under Israeli rule (a solution that's to the right of today's Likud).
The figures, based on 2015 data, show a negative immigration of 7,800 residents – 18,100 left, but only 10,300 started a new life in the eternal city.
Trump's Press Secretary Sean Spicer on Tuesday said the Kotel was 'clearly in Jerusalem,' but failed to state that Jerusalem was part of Israel.
Pres. Trump is "going to the Western Wall mainly in connection with the theme to connect with three of the world’s great religions."
Minister Ofir Akunis stood up for the honor of Israel.
'I am so grateful to President Trump for giving me ... the unequivocal and unambiguous mandate to support the State of Israel in every way, and in all ways.'
A spokesperson for the White House said the rude Western Wall comments were "not the position of this administration."
"Moving the embassy would force the other side to contend with the lie they’ve constructed – that Israel has no connection to Jerusalem."
An American official reportedly replied brusquely, "What business is it of yours? It's not in your territory -- it's part of the West Bank."
The new U.S. Ambassador is expected to begin his new job less than a week before the arrival of President Donald Trump in Jerusalem.
Between 1941 and 1945, an estimated 950,000 Jewish civilians were killed as part of Nazi extermination policies, with widespread collaboration from the Ukrainian population.
Israel is still waiting to hear the condemnation of the terror attack from Jordan.
General McMaster says that with Palestinian Authority leader Mahmoud Abbas, President Trump intends to “express his desire for the dignity and self-determination for the Palestinians.”
Moving the US Embassy to Jerusalem would "shatter the Palestinian fantasy that Jerusalem isn’t the capital of Israel."