Trump pushes for peace in ME

Claudine Rigal
Mai 30, 2017

"We stand in absolute solidarity with the people of the United Kingdom", Trump said.

The show was quite good.

Meanwhile Trump's call for Israelis and Palestinians to "make a deal" has drawn praised mixed with a healthy dose of skepticism. The deal also reportedly includes the renewed sale of precision-guided munitions that had been blocked under President Barack Obama's administration, for fear the Saudis would use them on civilian targets in Yemen, where Riyadh is prosecuting a war against Iranian-backed Houthi rebels. Specifically, he hopes to speak to him about the JNF Housing Development Fund, a program that helps young families receive loans to build houses in the country's periphery.

Earlier this year more than 120 retired United States generals and admirals wrote to Congress urging the body to fully fund diplomacy and foreign aid, arguing the functions were "critical to keeping America safe".

Obama assumed that by focusing on Israel's need for security, he could abuse the dignity of its leader and country. The Palestinians protested against the march, during which far-right activists usually walk through Muslim Quarter, shouting racist slogans and sabotaging Palestinian property.

President Donald Trump received warm receptions from Arab, Israeli and Palestinian leaders this week during his first foreign trip, but those hoping to see him revive the Israeli-Palestinian peace process were disappointed. I thank the Tulkarem Municipality and all of the district's bodies for this national act of standing side by side with the prisoners and expressing support for them. The overwhelming influence of finance capital, big oil and the military industrial complex is the guiding force in the Trump administration, and represents the danger of fascism and war that Georgi Dimitroff warned about in the 1930s.

More than 60,000 people were expected to take part in the Jerusalem Day event, culminating in celebrations at the Western Wall, police said, up from between 30,000 to 40,000 in previous years. That is completely wrong. Iran and Saudi Arabia, which has a centralized Shiite version of Islam and the strict religious jurisprudence of Salafi-Wahhabi thought for its policies, respectively, have entered into a competition over the region through applying sectarian policies from which the people of the region suffer. "This wicket ideology must be obliterated, and innocent life must be protected".

"But even as we strengthen our partnership in practice, let us always remember our highest ideals". But he added: "Telling [Egypt's President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi] that he is doing a "fantastic" job and saying that Saudi Arabia is a 'magnificent kingdom, ' while forgetting that in Iran people are making the effort to get out and vote, is very risky".

"Today, we're all Jerusalemites!" It demands dignity that has been denied it around the world.

Although the White House has stressed that the visit was unofficial and private and the US considers the status of Jerusalem unresolved and subject to negotiations between Israel and the Palestinians, the visit carries weight. Especially on the 50th anniversary of the defeat of the Arab nations that sought to annihilate every Jew in its small homeland.

Yes, English isn't Netanyahu's first language, but the Israeli prime minister made a particularly awkward comment during an address at the Israel Museum.

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