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Reports: US Embassy Eyes Move to Jerusalem by 2019

The United States is looking to push up the timeline for moving the U.S. Embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem to 2019.

Embassy Move to Jerusalem Coming Sooner Than Expected

Rather than wait three-plus years to build a new US embassy in Jerusalem, US officials are speeding up the move from Tel Aviv. A new, more affordable plan will see an existing consular building in the Arnona neighborhood of West Jerusalem converted into a new embassy, officials tell the New...

Israel Says Trump Will Move Embassy To Jerusalem Two Years Earlier Than Promised

Rex Tillerson originally put a three-year timeline on moving the building from Tel Aviv.

Netanyahu says US embassy could move to Jerusalem within a year

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Wednesday he believed the US embassy in Israel could be moved from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem within a year, reports said, contradicting statements from US officials. "The embassy is going to be moved...Show More Summary

Oh No, Jerusalem

Lately the world’s largest open air mental hospital, as the Holy Land has been called, has lived up to its moniker. Trump has helped by moving our embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem. Some aspects of this destabilizing action have been neglected or misunderstood by the media, however. Firstly, any hope of a [...]

Violence in Israel, West Bank has tripled since Trump’s embassy announcement

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The number of attacks in Israel and the West Bank has tripled since President Donald Trump’s announcement to relocate the U.S. embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, according to new figures. Israel’s Shin Bet, the country’s domestic security agency, said that there were 249 attacks...

CNN: ‘Trump-naming frenzy’ in Israel after US Embassy Move Announced

President Donald Trump made the announcement to move the U.S. embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, which led to condemnation by the United Nations Security Council (yet the condemnation declaration was vetoed by the U.S.). As a response to Trump’s proposed move, Israeli officials are moving to name local streets and a high-speed rail station […]

Israeli train line built on stolen Palestinian land to feature station named after Trump

The Israeli government has announced that a stop on a new train line connecting Tel Aviv and Jerusalem will be named after Donald Trump. The station will be near the Western Wall in occupied East Jerusalem, and honor is meant to mark Trump's announcement recognizing Jerusalem as Israel’s capital. Show More Summary

New Jerusalem Train Station To Be Named After President Trump

Israel will name a new train station after President Trump announced the U.S. embassy in Tel Aviv will move to Jerusalem.  Daily Caller reports: Israel’s transportation minister is planning to name a train station in Jerusalem after President Donald Trump as a gesture for recognizing the holy city as the capital of Israel. Show More Summary

Guatemala Decides to Move Israel Embassy to Jerusalem

Despite all the backlash the United States has received for its decision to recognize Jerusalem as Israels capital and move the embassy from Tel Aviv to the holy city, another country has decided to follow suit.

Following Trump, Guatemala to move embassy to Jerusalem

President Jimmy Morales announces plans to relocate embassy from Tel Aviv to Holy City as protests continue worldwide.

UN General Assembly votes to condemn US Law

Apparently, there was a non-binding vote in the UN’s General Assembly to condemn President Trump’s decision to move the US embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem. Despite UN Ambassador Nikky Haley’s warning that nations which voted against the US risk losing taxpayer dollars in aid, 128 nations voted against the US, 9 voted […]

South Africa’s ANC decides to downgrade its Israel embassy ahead of Jerusalem vote

South Africa’s ruling ANC decided to downgrade its embassy in Tel Aviv to a liaison office over a U.S. decision to recognize Jerusalem as Israel’s capital, ahead of a U.N. vote on Thursday on a resolution urging Washington to drop the move. The decision was taken at the end of a five-day African National Congress […]

Why did Pence abandon Jerusalem trip?

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Residents of Tel Aviv woke up this morning to the news that Vice President Michael R. Pence will not be coming to Israel this week. Pence’s change in itinerary makes no difference to them, as the VP was not coming to Tel Aviv....

Tel Aviv Diary: Why Did Pence Abandon His Trip to Jerusalem?

As Pence cancels his Israel visit, Israelis mull what is meant by America First.

Haley Vetos United Nations Resoltuion Over America’s Embassy In Jerusalem

The world has it’s panties in a wad over where the United States chooses to put its embassy in Israeli. It has traditionally been in Tel Aviv but recently the White House announced it would move its primary diplomatic instillations and recognize Israel’s capital as the ancient holy city of Jerusalm. Show More Summary

Prince Turki al Faisal: No, Mr. Trump, Jerusalem is not the capital of Israel

President Trump recently announced his decision to relocate the American embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem and to recognize Jerusalem as Israel’s capital. “We cannot solve our problems by making the same failed assumptions and repeating the same failed strategies of the past,” Trump...

An Early Hanukkah Present

Moving the U.S. Embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem shows that at least America realizes that the nation of Israel should be allowed to determine its own capital.

Turkey also plans to open an embassy in Jerusalem — East Jerusalem, in support of Palestinians

Turkey has elevated the global condemnation of President Trump’s announcement that the United States recognizes Jerusalem as Israel’s capital and will move its embassy to the city from Tel Aviv, announcing Thursday that it will open an embassy in Jerusalem. But there’s a catch: The embassy would...

Unauthorized Disclosure—Episode 40: Every Day Is Training Day For The Rapture

Hosts Rania Khalek and Kevin Gosztola discuss President Donald Trump and his administration’s plans to move the United States Embassy in Tel Aviv to Jerusalem. They also comment on the tax bill and react to Senator Al Franken’s resignation over sexual harassment allegations. Show More Summary

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