Orly brings on John Villanueva who gives us an on the ground prospective of the Washington D.C. Intelligence Community.
President Trump recognizes Jerusalem as the capital of Israel
In response to the Arab threats to riot....
They made the announcement before Trump made his final decision.
“If we can make peace between the Palestinians and Israel, I think it’ll lead to ultimately peace in the Middle East, which has to happen,” Trump insisted.
Ari is embarrassed to tell you whose fault it was that the American embassy was not moved to Jerusalem.
U.S. President Trump's upcoming visit to Israel and the Jordanian terrorist.
Mahmoud Abbas's Fatah party does not enjoy support from the PA's population, and they would be quickly replaced by the Islamists and other terror groups if given the chance.
Netanyahu made the statement ahead of US President Trump's planned trip to Israel on May 22.
An embassy spokesman expressed the hope that the Russian authorities will not tolerate such statements any longer.
Doubt is being cast on Pres. Trump’s intention to follow through on his promise to move the US embassy to Jerusalem. He would be wise to act on his pledge and move the embassy, for four reasons.
During his presidential campaign, Trump made a point of talking about moving the US embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem. And now he is the President. Again, it is not so simple.
The question remains as to whether the US will ever recognize Jerusalem as part of Israel. Such a policy decision is more crucial than the symbolic matter of moving the US embassy to Jerusalem.
President Trump refused to provide conclusive answers on the two questions that could illustrate the difference between the Obama and Trump Administrations' decisions regarding Israel.
Claims that Trump administration caved to Arab pressure over the embassy move constitute fake news.
The PA leadership has already declared that following the embassy move the PLO would renege on its recognition of Israel and the Oslo Accords.
Last Thursday, White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer told a press conference that an announcement on moving the US Embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem is 'coming soon.'
Public glee over Trump Administration's statements that the U.S. Embassy will be moved to Jerusalem.
Assuming Trump will not be intimidated and indeed move the embassy to Yerushalayim, will the presence of the U.S. embassy in Yerushalayim ensure the city's future as Jewish and Israeli?
The imam of the Jamal Abdel Nasser Mosque in Ramallah warned that moving the US embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem would 'engulf the region in the flames.'
Palestinian Authority leader Mahmoud Abbas inaugurates his new embassy in a ceremony at the Vatican.
Soon-to-be ex-secretary of state John Kerry and old State Department hand Martin Indyk predict Palestinian mayhem if the embassy is indeed moved, as if such would be a reasonable response to the move.
“Moderate peace partners” of the Palestinian Authority are threatening Trump they will react with violence if the US Embassy is moved to Israel’s capital, Jerusalem. Will their threats stop Trump?
‘Is moving the US embassy to Jeruselam worth it?’ Is it the right thing to do? What will be the actual repercussions of this move? Is moving the embassy to Jerusalem worth the ‘price’ of doing that?
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