“We are ready to begin negotiations immediately in order to achieve the freedom and independence of our people.”
The peace deal “has its real estate elements,” the Israeli prime minister said.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said the president "did a great service for peace" by deciding to move the U.S. Embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem.
Iran's supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said, "what the Saudis do...is certainly a betrayal of the Islamic Ummah and the Muslim World."
Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un do agree on one thing: The United Nations should be reformed.
Despite widespread criticism from abroad, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu vowed “there will be others” moving embassies to Jerusalem.
“The discovery confirms a close commercial relationship between the ancient city in Palestine and Egypt.”
The 29-year-old was a regular presence during protests.
Allies of the president's son-in-law, Jared Kushner, apparently don't think this spells an end to the peace process.
U.S. embassies in the Middle East and Europe issued warnings to Americans traveling or living there.
As Trump’s upcoming decision threatens regional stability, an Israeli military official said the country has not seen an exercise of this scale in 25 years.
"Any decision to move its embassy there would be "a flagrant attack on the city by the American administration," Hamas said.
The U.S. plotted to expel Palestinians fighting Israel in Lebanon and resettle them in Egypt, but Hosni Mubarak demanded an independent state.
North Korea called the U.S. "the kingpin of all kinds of terrorism who cannot even prevent terror in its own territory."
In just two days, dozens of Saudi officials were arrested and two princes killed, and talks of war with Iran ignited.
Palestinians say accepting Netanyahu's call could deny Palestinian refugees of past wars any right of return.
Abbas said he agreed with Trump's call for Israel to refrain from settlement building in the occupied West Bank and East Jerusalem.
Trump considers Middle East peace a "high priority," the White House official said. The president has given his son-in-law, Jared Kushner, the job of negotiating a peace deal.
"No one should take any decisions which may preempt or prejudge (negotiations) because this will be the destruction of the peace process as a whole."
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