President Trump’s Words Shake Middle East

In recent news, the President of the United States Donald Trump decided to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel. After Donald Trump’s decisions, more anger and violence has erupted in the West Bank early December 7th, 2017 in the Middle East. Embassies that represent the U.S.  around the world have been on alert for possible protests. The announcement from Trump comes at a very troublesome time in the Middle East.

President Trump Causes Hysteria In The Middle East

Late Thursday, December 7th, 2017 In Jerusalem police officers were forcing protesters to leave the area. In Jerusalem, there were around only twenty people protesting at the historic Damascus Gates. However, officials did ask the protesters to leave in a quiet fashion. In other places in the world such as Bethlehem protesters were demonstrating severe anger. They did so by throwing rocks into Ramallah in Israeli. The Israeli police officials had to fire tear gas to get the protesters under control after a few hours. Thankfully there no reported injuries from either of the places with angered protesters.

Although, on Friday the following day after the protest on the Muslims Holy Day celebrations would provide a vital test when Palestinians gather together en masse for their weekly prayers. The strong Palestinian Islamist groups called Hamas called for a new uprising against the Israeli. In the midst of it, all the prominent Iraqi militia Harakat Hezbollah al-Nujaba shared their feelings. Particularly,  on President Donald Trump’s decision. Theys say it is just a silly and stupid choice.

Donald Trump, the president of the United States decisions, does not have a legitimate reason to prepare anyone to attack America’s forces in Iraq. American banners were signed at challenges outside the U.S. Department in Istanbul and Cairo and Gaza City December 6th. while Iraq on Thursday summoned the U.S. envoy in Baghdad over the issue.