US asks Israel to restrain response to Jerusalem move
Thursday, 7 December 2017 US has asked Israel to temper its response to the recognition of Jerusalem as its capital, as Washington expects a backlash and is weighing the potential threat to US facilities and people. State Department yesterday issued a document for diplomats at the US Embassy in Tel Aviv asking them to convey Israeli officials to restrain their official response.
Israeli security forces cracked down on fresh protests in East Jerusalem on Saturday, December 9, as Palestinians came out for a third day against the US’s decision to recognize the city as Israel’s capital.At the start of the week US President Donald Trump said the US embassy would move...
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