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Trump more American presidents defy Israe

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

Trump more American presidents defy Israel



Release date: 2017/5/23


Israeli analysts were quick to describe Donald Trump's speech at the Israel Museum as the most biased of Israel among all the statements made by US presidents in favor of the Jewish state.
Many questioned whether it was the son-in-law of the US president, Jared Kouchner, who is Trump's Middle East adviser, who wrote the letter. Kouchner is from a religious Jewish family that has made significant contributions to settlement projects in the occupied Palestinian territories.
It is interesting to note that Trump, speaking at the Israel Museum, before leaving the country after a two-day visit, came out of the written discourse more than once. Among these was his repetition - for the third time in a row, that Saudi King Salman, who hosted the US delegation in Riyadh a few days ago, was a "very wise man." Turning to the outcome of the Riyadh summit, Trump pointed to the desire of many Arab and Muslim leaders to join America and Israel in a "coalition of partners with the single goal of eliminating extremism and violence."
In addition to expressing his admiration for the wisdom of the Saudi king, Trump spoke in his speech about another source of wisdom - he found him when he visited the Buraq Wall [the Wailing Wall] and humility, putting his hand on the wall and praying to receive wisdom from God.
Trump's talk about King Salman prompted the Israeli media to recall King Solomon, the founder of the Jewish temple, who believes that the Wall of the Wailing Wall is all that remains of this temple.
Trump devoted much of his speech to the status of Jerusalem as a sacred city for Jews, Christians and Muslims. Speaking of the holy places in the city, he said: "The Jews pray from their hearts among the stones of the wall of the brightness, and the Christians pray in their ancient church." But for some reason, the US president avoided mentioning the al-Aqsa Mosque, saying: "Muslims pray for prayer in their holy places."
"Thank you, God bless you, God bless the State of Israel and bless the United States," Trump concluded by saying, "but of course he did not mention anything about Palestine or a future Palestinian state.


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