While there is a lot of focus on the outcry Trump’s decision has caused, there is not much about the reason “why” President Trump made this decision.
The EU, UN, Turkey and the Arab world have united in their response against US President Donald Trump’s announcement to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel – a move that undermines international law.
The UN Security Council calls for the ‘immediate and total’ halt of illegal settlement activities in the West Bank and East Jerusalem – both of which it considers ‘occupied territory.’
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s words “Jerusalem is a red line for Muslims,” has summoned up to a great extent the feelings attached to Trump’s recognition of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.
The assassination of Ali Abdullah Saleh is expected to trigger country-wide escalation in violence in Yemen, with millions of Saleh’s supporters expected to vie for revenge.
There is much to indicate that Zarrab, just like Gulen, has become a new tool for some circles of the US government to take on the Turkish government.
Talal Silo, former Syrian Democrat Forces (SDF) spokesperson revealed how the US promised the terrorist organizations a “Mediterranean corridor.”
Turkey’s inflation rate has increased to 12.98 percent, illustrating a 1.49 percent rise from October – November 2017.
US President Donald Trump is expected to announce Jerusalem as the capital of Israel – a move which will deteriorate US relations with the Muslim world.
The Italian “La Gazzetta delo Sport” praised the Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan for his contributions made to Turkish football, claiming that Turkey is a favorable candidate for the UEFA EURO 2024 Championship.