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A showdown is expected to prepare on the floor of the United Nations on Thursday, as the countries vote on a resolution condemning the President’s decision to Trump to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.
Trump’s decision, which he announced, begin to move in this month, during a speech, ordering the State Department to the U.S. Embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, rankled many in the global community. Critics fear that the President’s words inflame tensions throughout the Middle East, and doom any hope of a two-state solution to the conflict between Israel and the Palestinians for control of Jerusalem.
US Ambassador to the UN, Nikki Haley
The Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said on Thursday that he hopes that the United States “a lesson” in a United Nations vote on the issue, and accused Trump of countries, whose “decisions can be bought dollars.”
“Mr. Trump, you can’t is Turkey buy democratic, is said with their dollars,” Erdogan said. “Our decision is clear.”
Although democratic and Republican presidents have already confirmed a long time to move that Jerusalem is Israel’s capital, Trump’s Declaration to the Embassy, to Jerusalem. Dec. 6 dead from decades of U.S. policy and the international consensus that the fate should be decided by Jerusalem through negotiations.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said in Jerusalem, Israel’s capital is a vote, regardless of the outcome of the Thursday.
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The Palestinians are seeking a vote in the General Assembly after the United States supports on Monday vetoed a resolution from the 14 other U. N. Security Council members, the required Trump to withdraw his Declaration of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel and moving the U.S. Embassy there. The Palestinians claim East Jerusalem, home to important Muslim, Jewish and Christian Holy sites, as their capital.
The resolution voted on Thursday is co-sponsored by Turkey, Chairman of the summit of the organization of Islamic cooperation, and Yemen, the Chairman of the Arab group meeting at the U. N.
The draft resolution says that Jerusalem “is a final status issue,” and reiterates the 10 resolutions on Jerusalem, the 1967, including the requirements that the city must be decided on the final status of direct negotiations between Israel and the Palestinians.
It “insured that any decisions and actions, have the right to, alter the character, status or demographic composition of the Holy city of Jerusalem have no legal effect, are null and void and must be repealed.”
Despite the condemnation, the trump management research is not with the cave to the international pressure of the U.S. Ambassador Nikki Haley serving on notice that they “will be under the name,” the voices of the resolution on Thursday.
Protests against President Trump to recognize the decision of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.
“We are always asked to do more & give more,” Haley wrote on Twitter. “So, if we make a decision, to which the American ppl [people], Dept , and OUR message, we do not expect that those who have helped us to target us. On Thursday it will to criticize a vote of our choice. The United States is under a name.”
Haley’s threat sharp criticism moved from the Palestinian and Turkish foreign Minister, before the vote flew to New York for the General Assembly. You accused the US of intimidation.
Trump strongly Haley’s words, and threatened to cut off US funding to the countries that support the resolution.
“For all these people, take our money and then vote against us. You take hundreds of millions of dollars, even billions of dollars, and then you vote against us,” Trump told reporters on Wednesday at a Cabinet meeting in Washington with Haley sitting in the vicinity. “We will see how this votes. Let them vote against us.”
The Trump administration’s actions reminded some veterans of U. N. diplomats in the run-up to the Iraq war in 2002, when then-President George W. Bush has launched a campaign against France and other opponents of the military action, which they refused to support a security Council resolution to authorize war. The resolution, which was the former British Prime Minister Tony Blair, press and the USA is backed up, was withdrawn by the British because she was sure to be beaten as a result of strong Council opposition.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.