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Trump to visit Israel amid tight security

Post by rocky on Mon 22 May 2017, 3:24 am

Trump to visit Israel amid tight security



US President Donald Trump today begins a visit to Israel and the Palestinian territories as part of his tour of the Middle East.

Trump began his tour of Saudi Arabia, a close ally of the United States, where he gave a speech to a summit of Arab leaders and Muslims.

The US president will hold talks with Israeli and Palestinian leaders during the visit tomorrow conclude the .

He described the Trump to reach a peace agreement between Palestinians and Israelis as the 'ultimate goal', but his comments were too vague about the picture that should be on such an agreement.

The US president said he would prefer to leave the decision in this regard in the hands of the parties in direct talks.

At the Riyadh summit, Trump urged Arab and Muslim leaders to lead the fight against Islamist militants efforts, saying 'Atrteke of this land.'

He accused Iran of 'terrorism and fueled the flames of sectarian conflict' in the region for decades.

He also expressed his belief once again the possibility of reaching peace between Palestinians and Israelis.

Many believe widely that the US president more supportive of Israel than his predecessor , Barack Obama. Israeli settlements on the lesser position it has taken, considering that expansion rather than their presence could hamper attempts to establish peace.

Live more than 600 thousand Jews in about 40 settlements built since Israel occupied the West Bank and East Jerusalem in 1967. Under international law, the settlements are considered illegal, which Israel argues it.

The US president also sent signals mixed on the issue of Jerusalem. He has vowed to initially move the US embassy from Tel Aviv to it, which Assad has angered Israelis and Palestinians.

However , he did not move in this regard so far. The US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said recently that Trump is still studying the matter.

Israel considers the whole of Jerusalem as its capital, while the Palestinians want East Jerusalem to be their capital.

The international community does not recognize Israel 's sovereignty over Jerusalem, and keep countries on their embassies in Tel Aviv.

Before visiting Trump, it prevailed in a state of anxiety in Israel about the statements made by officials in the US administration.

He sought Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to refute Tillerson 's remarks in which he pointed out that the transfer of the US embassy to Jerusalem could harm the peace process.

An official raised the US consulate anger when he said that the Western Wall , which limits the courtyard of the Al - Aqsa Mosque ' is not in the land (Israel), but is part of the West Bank. "

Later, the White House said the official statements 'does not represent the position of the United States'.

Trump 's visit comes days from the receipt of reports that the president leaked to the Russian foreign minister intelligence information secret, it is said to be from an Israeli source yet.

It raised questions about the extent of confidentiality enjoyed by the intelligence transferred to the United States from its closest allies in the Middle East.

A state of security alert has prevailed with Trump 's visit during which the separate talks with Netanyahu today and with Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas in Bethlehem tomorrow.



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