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(Visited 4,849 times, 1 visits today)Rights groups criticized President Donald Trump’s decision to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel despite pressure to do otherwise, and to call for a rollback of his actions.
“The Trump administration needs to take concrete steps to help ensure the status of Jerusalem remains permanently resolved, and to put into place practical measures to enable Jerusalem and the surrounding areas to resume their role as the capital of a future Palestinian state,” said Sarah Margon, advocacy director of the Middle East program at Human Rights Watch, in a statement Sunday.
“The United States should not act on this misguided announcement at this time,” she said.
Trump’s announcement Monday sparked swift condemnation from Arab and other countries that view the holy city as a disputed territory. U.S. allies in Europe and the Middle East condemned Trump’s move on Monday as well. The European Union and the United Nations have said the U.S. has no international legal power to make such a decision.
Hala Jaber, the Middle East director of international advocacy at Amnesty International, called Trump’s decision “incomprehensibly dangerous,” as she called on the United States “to rescind these harmful and harmful the decision of the U.S. administration, so that this harmful policy is not repeated or replicated in the name of any other country.”
Jerusalem should be at the center of peace talks, Jaber added. “Jerusalem is not just the capital of Israel or Palestine. It’s also the seat of the U.N. and the headquarters for a number of agencies including the U.N.’s World Food Program. In any future peace talks, Jerusalem will be one of the key issues,” she said. “This is one of the reasons why the U.S. should act in a way that is consistent with a negotiated solution.”
The United Kingdom also expressed its opposition to Trump’s decision, saying it “does not reflect the wishes of the people of the United States and is neither helpful in achieving peace nor does it advance the cause of peace.”
“We urge the American administration to reconsider this position.”
The statement from British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson said that if the U.S. decided to relocate its embassy to Jerusalem, it would threaten the “security of all who are involved in peace talks between Israelis and Palestinians.”
A senior official also for Jordan, which shares a 900-mile border with Syria, said Monday that the decision would harm peace efforts.
“If the U.S. embassy moves to Jerusalem, it would result in a major obstacle to the peaceful and diplomatic efforts currently underway,” the official said, referring to the U.S. diplomatic effort to bring a resolution in Israel-Palestinian peace talks to fruition.
The U.S. will announce the embassy’s relocation by December, Tillerson said Sunday, adding the move was a recognition of reality.
According to Tillerson, Israel is the only country with an