Screenshot of President Trump signing Declaration marking Jerusalem as capital of Israel
At 1 p.m. Eastern on December 6, President Trump announced that Jerusalem is the capital of Israel, and also announced that the US Embassy will move there. Currently, the US Embassy is in Tel Aviv. The US Consulate General in Jerusalem issued a travel warning to all US citizens because of the threat of demonstrations during retaliatory “Days of Rage” by Hamas beginning Friday.
— Amichai Stein (@AmichaiStein1) December 5, 2017
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France and Germany has also warned their citizens about the upcoming potential for violence after President Trump’s announcement, according to the Middle East Monitor.
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