Trump still unclear on US embassy waiver
The Trump administration announced on Monday that it had not reached a decision yet on whether or not to approve or waive the relocation of the US Embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, although the deadline for signing the waiver was about to expire. A White House spokesperson said, “No action will be taken on the waiver today. We will share a decision on the waiver in the coming days.” This leaves the legal significance of the decision unclear.
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50 years of Palestinian BS, 50 years and going stinkier and stinkier. How much longer? Fukem!
Jerusalem was always the capital of Israel or sparsely inhabited. This has been the case since David drove out the Jebusites from the city. There is no justification for the Arabs who call themselves Palestinians to share the capital. They do have a capital city. Really. Its called HELL. We can logically deduce that Arafat is fanning himself there.
God chose Jerusalem to forever be the capital of Israel. With love and peace to Jerusalem from India.