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TRUMP DARES WORLD LEADERS OVER JERSUALEM AND SHIT HOLE REMARK Says UN are hypocrites, a gathering of market women …Determined to Re-establish the supremacy of America as world polar power by Alfred

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The president of the United States of America Donald Trump has recently caused Arab rumble when he announced that the United States recognizes the right of Israel to choose its capital. He is saying that the choice of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel is realistically correct, hence the open declaration by the United State to support it. In a historic speech on Wednesday, 6th December, 2017, he said.
“When I came into office, I promised to look at the world’s challenges with open eyes and very fresh thinking. We cannot solve our problems by making the same failed assumptions and repeating the same failed strategies of the past. All challenges demand new approaches. My announcement today marks the beginning of a new approach to conflict between Israel and the Palestinians.
In 1995, Congress adopted the Jerusalem Embassy Act urging the federal government to relocate the American embassy to Jerusalem and to recognize that city and so importantly is Israel’s capital. This act passed by an overwhelming bipartisan majority of the Congress, and was reaffirmed by unanimous vote of the Senate only six months ago. Yet for over 20 years, every previous American president has exercised the law’s waiver, refusing to move the US embassy to Jerusalem or to recognize Jerusalem as Israel’s capital city.
Presidents issued these waivers under the belief that delaying the recognition of Jerusalem would advance the cause of peace. Some say they lacked courage, but they made their best judgments based on facts as they understood them at the time. Nevertheless, the record is in. After more than two decades of waivers, we are no closer to a lasting peace agreement between Israel and the Palestinians. It would be folly to assume that repeating the exact same formula would now produce a different or better result. Therefore, I have determined that it is time to officially recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel. While previous presidents have made this a major campaign promise, they failed to deliver. Today, I am delivering.
I’ve judged this course of action to be in the best interests of the United States of America and the pursuit of peace between Israel and the Palestinians. This is a long overdue step to advance the peace process and to work towards a lasting agreement. Israel is a sovereign nation with the right, like every other sovereign nation, to determine its own capital. Acknowledging this as a fact is a necessary condition for achieving peace.
It was 70 years ago that the United States under President Truman recognized the state of Israel. Ever since then, Israel has made its capital in the city of Jerusalem, the capital the Jewish people established in ancient times. Today, Jerusalem is the seat of the modern Israeli government. It is the home of the Israeli parliament, the Knesset, as well as the Israeli Supreme Court. It is the location of the official residence of the prime minister and the president. It is the headquarters of many government ministries. For decades, visiting American presidents, secretaries of state, and military leaders have met their Israeli counterparts in Jerusalem, as I did on my trip to Israel earlier this year. Jerusalem is not just the heart of three great religions, but it is now also the heart of one of the most successful democracies in the world. Over the past seven decades, the Israeli people have built a country where Jews, Muslims, and Christians and people of all faiths are free to live and worship according to their conscience and according to their beliefs. Jerusalem is today and must remain a place where Jews pray at the Western Wall, where Christians walk the Stations of the Cross, and where Muslims worship at Al-Aqsa Mosque.
However, through all of these years, presidents representing the United States have declined to officially recognize Jerusalem as Israel’s capital. In fact, we have declined to acknowledge any Israeli capital at all. But today, we finally acknowledge the obvious: that Jerusalem is Israel’s capital. This is nothing more or less than recognition of reality. It is also the right thing to do. It’s something that has to be done. That is why, consistent with the Jerusalem Embassy Act, I am also directing the State Department to begin preparation to move the American embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem. This will immediately begin the process of hiring architects, engineers, and planners so that a new embassy, when completed, will be a magnificent tribute to peace.
In making these announcements, I also want to make one point very clear: This decision is not intended in any way to reflect a departure from our strong commitment to facilitate a lasting peace agreement. We want an agreement that is a great deal for the Israelis and a great deal for the Palestinians. We are not taking a position on any final status issues, including the specific boundaries of the Israeli sovereignty in Jerusalem or the resolution of contested borders. Those questions are up to the parties involved. The United States remains deeply committed to helping facilitate a peace agreement that is acceptable to both sides. I intend to do everything in my power to help forge such an agreement.
Without question, Jerusalem is one of the most sensitive issues in those talks. The United States would support a two-state solution if agreed to by both sides. In the meantime, I call on all parties to maintain the status quo at Jerusalem’s holy sites, including the Temple Mount, also known as Haram al-Sharif. Above all, our greatest hope is for peace — the universal yearning in every human soul. With today’s action, I reaffirm my administration’s longstanding commitment to a future of peace and security for the region. There will, of course, be disagreement and dissent regarding this announcement. But we are confident that ultimately, as we work through these disagreements, we will arrive at a peace and a place far greater in understanding and cooperation.
This sacred city should call forth the best in humanity lifting our sights to what is possible, not pulling us back and down to the old fights that have become so totally predictable. Peace is never beyond the grasp of those willing to reach it. So today we call for calm, for moderation, and for the voices of tolerance to prevail over the purveyors of hate. Our children should inherit our love, not our conflicts. I repeat the message I delivered at the historic and extraordinary summit in Saudi Arabia earlier this year: The Middle East is a region rich with culture, spirit, and history. Its people are brilliant, proud, and diverse, vibrant and strong.
But the incredible future awaiting this region is held at bay by bloodshed, ignorance, and terror. Vice President Pence will travel to the region in the coming days to reaffirm our commitment to work with partners throughout the Middle East to defeat radicalism that threatens the hopes and dreams of future generations. It is time for the many who desire peace to expel the extremists from their midsts. It is time for all civilized nations, and people, to respond to disagreement with reasoned debate, not violence. And it is time for young and moderate voices all across the Middle East to claim for themselves a bright and beautiful future.
So today, let us rededicate ourselves to a path of mutual understanding and respect. Let us rethink old assumptions and open our hearts and minds to possible and possibilities. And finally, I ask the leaders of the region political and religious, Israeli and Palestinian, Jewish and Christian and Muslim to join us in the noble quest for lasting peace. Thank you, God bless you, God bless Israel, God bless the Palestinians, and God bless the United States. Thank you very much. Thank you.”
The irony of this well researched, splendidly written and well presented speech is that, the United State of America seems to be standing alone in his choice to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel. The Arab and the wider Muslim world including a number of United States allied frown at Trump’s attempt at disrupting the road to peace in the wider Arab world.
Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas denounces Donald Trump’s move and declare it as deplorable. Mahmoud Abbas called for the United Nations to replace Washington as a Mideast mediator and suggested he might not cooperate with the Trump administration’s much-anticipated effort to hammer out an Israeli-Palestinian peace deal. At a summit in Turkey, Arab and Muslim leaders “rejected and condemned” President Donald Trump’s recognition of Jerusalem as Israel’s capital — the trigger for Abbas’ sharp policy pivot — but stopped short of backing his more combative approach toward Washington. A possible Palestinian refusal to engage with the U.S. and growing backlash against Trump’s shift on Jerusalem, including from Arab allies, cast new doubt over the administration’s already seemingly remote chances of brokering a deal and succeeding where its predecessors have failed.
The Islamic movement which runs the Gaza colony calls for a day of rage, saying that Trumps decision will open the doors of hell on United State’s interest in the region. Angry worshippers across Muslim world protest Trump over Jerusalem decision. A 30-year-old Gaza man was killed by Israeli gunfire, the first death of a protester since Trump’s dramatic mid-week announcement. Dozens of Palestinians in the West Bank and Gaza were hit by live rounds or rubber-coated steel or inhaled tear gas. Large crowds of worshippers across the Muslim world staged anti-U.S. marches on Friday the 8th December, some stomping on posters of Donald Trump or burning American flags in the largest outpouring of anger yet at the U.S. president’s recognition of bitterly contested Jerusalem as Israel’s capital. In the holy city itself, prayers at Islam’s third-holiest site dispersed largely without incident, but Palestinians clashed with Israeli troops in several dozen West Bank hot spots and on the border with the Gaza Strip. The Palestinian health ministry said at least 15 people were injured in Friday’s airstrikes. Afghan protesters burn an effigy of Trump during an anti-U.S. and Israeli protest in downtown Kabul. More than 1,000 Afghans staged protests after Friday prayers in Kabul to condemn Trump’s decision.
The Saudi Royal court said that the United States move represents a significant effort against the push of peace process and a violet of the historical neutral American position on Jerusalem. Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Rasak Calls for Moslem around the world to make it clear that they oppose the decision
United Nations Secretary General Antonio Guterres said it was a moment of great anxiety, he said there is no alternative that is without solution.
British Prime Minister Theresa Mary May, said she disagreed with the US decisions which was unhelpful in terms of prospects for peace in the region.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Emmanuel Macron both said their countries did not support the move.
EUG Deployment Fredrick Muccagrin voiced serious concern, as the heat rises, Trump foreign policy expresses America’s might in the world, Trump comes with a stone heart to make American’s make their claim, Trump is daring, he has packed a renewed struggle in the Middle East so that Arab world can learn from this and take rejuvenated part while they protect their pride and identity, this means opening up to science and technology, joining the electronic scale of innovation but Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has hailed US President Donald Trump’s decision to recognize Jerusalem as Israel’s capital as a “historic landmark” – and said that any peace deal with the Palestinians must include the same recognition.
Defending his controversial declaration against the condemnation of other world leaders, Trump said “This is nothing more or less than recognition of reality. Talking from the White House’s Diplomatic Reception Room, he said “It is also the right thing to do. It’s something that has to be done. He also announced his decision to relocate the US Embassy in Tel Aviv to Jerusalem is expected to take a few years because there is currently no site or design for the building.
Challenging the UN security summit and vote for or against Trump’s declaration, he said “UN are hypocrites, Loyal to Islam. I don’t need their approval to do the right thing. My coming into power brought an end to the unofficial defeat of ISIL, the total annihilation of Islamic extremists in Syria which warranted the withdrawal of Russia troops by Putin. These were done just within a year after I was sworn in. the UN was there witnessing the massacre of the Christians across the globe and did nothing. Terrorism was on the rise and they did nothing. But barely four days of my declaration of Jerusalem as Israel’s capital, UN summoned a security summit. I have said it before and am saying it again that UN’s gathering is like gathering of market women which after they are done deliberating and decisions are made, it ends right there in Geneva. The UN sect is filled with Muslims and people who are loyal to the Arabs, they are all hypocrites and cannot be trusted. Jerusalem declaration was long over due and they know it but kept quiet. I do not need anybody’s permission to do the right thing.” He concluded.
Trump’s ‘shithole’ remarks spur international anger
In his latest racist outburst Trump has criticized immigration to his country from El Salvador, Haiti and the African continent, by calling the group “shithole countries”, according to the US media.”Why are we having all these people from shithole countries come here?” Trump asked at a meeting with congress members at the White House. Trump suggested the US should instead focus its immigrant entry policy on countries such as Norway. The International organisations including the UN and African Union, politicians and people from African countries and Caribbeans are outraged over remarks. Trump has insulted Pakistan, a country of 200 million, Haiti (11 million), El Salvador (6 million), the ENTIRE CONTINENT OF AFRICA (which is not a country & has 1.2 billion) & millions of Americans; So, about 1.5 billion people. 20% of the world.
Rupert Colville, spokesman of the UN human rights office, said: “You cannot dismiss entire countries and continents as shitholes. This is not “just a story about vulgar language, it’s about opening the door to humanity’s worst side”. The African Union said it was “frankly alarmed”.
Haiti’s government said Trump’s reported comments shows a “racist view of the Haitian community”, while El Salvador sent a formal letter of protest to the US saying Trump had “implicitly” accepted the use of “harsh terms detrimental to the dignity of El Salvador and other countries”. .
Rene Civil, an activist in Haiti, demand that Donald Trump apologise [to] the entire African continent, as well as before Haiti. South Africa’s ruling ANC party said Trump’s comments were “extremely offensive” Morocco-based Africa analyst Adama Gaye told Al Jazeera: “Trump has shown a continuous display of racism towards Africa [and people from poor nations].” Republican politician Mia Love, who is of Haitian descent, said: “The president’s comments are unkind, divisive, elitist and fly in the face of our nation’s values.”Democratic State Senator Linda Dorcena Forry said on Twitter: “I have to first express how demoralising & upsetting it is to have to register my outrage again and again over hateful remarks made by my own president.”
In all these, the White House did not directly challenge the authenticity of Trump’s comments, but issued a statement saying: “Certain Washington politicians choose to fight for foreign countries, but President Trump will always fight for the American people.”