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Trump exposes Saud from Jerusalem: They have "intimate feeling" toward Israel


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Trump exposes Saud from Jerusalem: They have "intimate feeling" toward Israel

Post by rocky on Tue 23 May 2017, 1:46 am

Trump exposes Saud from Jerusalem: They have "intimate feeling" toward Israel

Arab and international Since 2017-05-22 at 20:02 (Baghdad time)

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A day after a Saudi-Saudi summit, in which Iran attacked its predecessor Saudi Arabia's Halab summit, in which it took out $ 400 billion worth of arms deals and accessories, as well as personal gifts after dancing with them carrying the Saudi sword of martyrdom, the controversial US president Donald Trump exposed the Saudi monarch and his regime leaders, "They have a warm feeling toward Israel."
US President Donald Trump said during his meeting with the Israeli government during his tour of the region that he had felt a "warm and wonderful feeling" toward Israel from Saudi leaders.
According to Israeli sources, Trump told President Reuven Rivlin during his current visit to the Israeli president's residence in Jerusalem: "We have just returned from Saudi Arabia, we have been treated very well, there is a good and warm feeling towards Israel."
"King Salman has a strong sense of seeing peace between Israel and the Palestinians," he said. "Many Arab leaders have expressed their determination to help end terrorism and spread extremism."
Trump added that the joint opposition to Iranian ambitions in the region has caused shifts in relations.
"More importantly, the United States and Israel can declare with one voice that Iran can never be allowed to acquire nuclear weapons at all," he said.
Trump attacked Saudi Arabia from the Palestinian militant group Hamas without commenting on Saudi Arabia or any other Arab state, prompting the organization, which holds the Palestinian Authority, to issue a statement criticizing the Trump and Riyadh summits.
"Timesofisrael" said Trump said he "felt a different feeling towards Israel than countries that had not had a good feeling about Israel not long ago," adding that "this is really positive.
The Israeli occupation authorities closed the air space completely in preparation for the arrival of the American presidential plane to Ben Gurion International Airport.
Trump visited Saudi Arabia before heading to occupied Jerusalem on his first official foreign visit since taking office in January and met the Saudi monarch and Arab leaders.
Palestinian sources told Army Radio that Saudi officials "persuaded the US president not to transfer the US embassy in Israel to Jerusalem," despite Trump's pledge to take this step during his election campaign last year.
But after entering the White House, Trump was hesitant when asked by the Israelis to set a possible date for the implementation of his pledge during the campaign.
According to Army Radio, part of Trump's reservation is due to the intervention of Saudi Foreign Minister Adel al-Jubeir, who persuaded Trump to postpone his implementation of the move to help open a window for the possibility of resuming talks between Israelis and Palestinians.
Trump visited the Jewish cemetery in the Al-Buraq Wall, which the Jews call the "Western Wall" or the "Wailing Wall," without any of the official Israeli officials next to it.
The Jews claim that the Wall of Buraq is the last remaining wall of the Second Temple, destroyed by the Romans in 70 BC, located in East Jerusalem, occupied by Israel in 1967, in a move not recognized by the international community.
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