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Some people may do nothing, but others are ready to fight for Jerusalem,' said Hamad Abu Sbeih, 28, an unemployed resident of the walled Old City.'This is insane. Jerusalem is the capital of the state of Palestine and neither the world nor our people will accept it,' said Samir Al-Asmar, 58, a merchant from the Old City who was a child when it fell to Israel. leaders have routinely and unceremoniously delayed such a move since President Bill Clinton signed a law in 1995 stipulating that the United States must relocate its diplomatic presence to Jerusalem unless the commander in chief issues a waiver on national security grounds.Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) Executive Committee Member Hanan Ashrawi says moving the US embassy to Jerusalem would be "the death knell of any peace process" Vts Lxmc T— CNN Politics (@CNNPolitics) December 6, 2017 Trump's relationship with Chinese presidenet Xi Jinping could be in danger after Foreign Ministry spokesman Geng Shuang said the status of Jerusalem was a complicated and sensitive issue and the U. decision 'could sharpen regional conflict'To that end, the officials said Trump would delay the embassy move by signing a waiver, which is required by U. Many heard the death knell for the long-moribund U.S.-sponsored talks aimed at ending the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and establishing a Palestinian state alongside Israel.Trump would effectively be making a declaration of war, the Palestinians' chief representative to Britain said Wednesday.'If he says what he is intending to say about Jerusalem being the capital of Israel, it means a kiss of death to the two-state solution,' Manuel Hassassian said in a BBC radio interview.'He is declaring war in the Middle East, he is declaring war against 1.5 billion Muslims [and] hundreds of millions of Christians that are not going to accept the holy shrines to be totally under the hegemony of Israel,' Hassassian added. decision 'destroys the peace process,' added Palestinian Prime Minister Rami Hamdallah. officials said late Tuesday that Trump will recognize Jerusalem as Israel's capital, despite intense Arab, Muslim and European opposition to a move that would upend decades of U. So this is not an instantaneous process.'Israel is the only country where the United States has an embassy in a city that the host nation does not consider its capital.The Palestinians seek east Jerusalem as the capital of a future independent state and fear that Trump's declaration essentially imposes on them a disastrous solution for one of the core issues in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.'There is no way that there can be talks with the Americans. They have already pre-empted the outcome,' said Palestinian official Hanan Ashrawi. Top Palestinian officials were meeting Wednesday to plot their course forward. Israel's prime minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, said on Facebook that 'Our historical national identity is receiving important expressions every day.' He said he would comment further later in the day.

But a lot of people have said we have to do something, and they didn't do it.'A senior administration official said Tuesday that the president would also launch a long process of moving America's embassy there from Tel Aviv.'The president believes this is a recognition of reality,' the official said. and Israeli flags were burned and in the West bank Hamas declared Friday a 'day of rage,' raising the specter of mass violence in the occupied territories.