Some violence has already broken out between Palestinians and Israelis
09 December, 2017, 17:22
Rajoub's comments came one day following President Trump's speech officially recognizing Jerusalem as Israel's capital and announcing his administration will commence preparation to move the US Embassy there.
A senior United States administration official, speaking on condition of anonymity, said Trump would make the landmark announcement at 1 pm (1800 GMT) from the White House on Wednesday. The Palestinian Authority called for a general strike.
Jibril Rajoub, a senior Palestinian official, told the Associated Press that the Palestinian leadership will not welcome Vice President Mike Pence when he visits the region later this month.
She cited resolutions 476 and 478 issued in 1980 on Jerusalem that recognize the special status of the city, as well as resolution 2334 that was issued in 2016 and which "does not recognize any changes to the June 4, 1967 borders".
Clashes broke out between Israeli forces and Palestinians West Bank on Friday; Israeli forces fired tear gas on the protesters, Killing two Palestinians and injuring more than 300 others. Trump's decision was met by a barrage of criticism and condemnations from many Arab and world leaders, while protests took places in Gaza strip, West Bank and different parts of the Arab world.
This comes as the anticipated decision has sparked warnings and reactions from several world leaders.
PFLP supporters carried placards criticising Trump and Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, who has been seen as moving Saudi Arabia closer to Israel.
"In the name of Fatah, I say that we will not welcome Trump's deputy in the Palestinian Territories".
Lahore: Mumbai terror attack mastermind Hafiz Saeed on Friday made his first public appearance after he was freed from house arrest and led a rally here to launch a country-wide campaign against US President Donald Trump's recognition of Jerusalem as Israel's capital.
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With Arab world infuriated, even the closest U.S. allies including the United Kingdom are not in support of the decision. The Vatican signed its first treaty with the "State of Palestine" the following year.
Rajneesh Gupta, DCP, Rohini, said, that the woman was beaten and her clothes were "torn a bit", but denied she was paraded naked. In revenge for the raid, the victim was allegedly beaten up by women of the Sansi community that live in the slum cluster.
The date of the crash and exact location of the drone, however, have not been revealed by either India or China . The Indian army said the drone had been deployed on a training mission and developed a technical problem.
It is positive, as 48 investors sold PH shares while 193 reduced holdings. 105 funds opened positions while 667 raised stakes. A key indicator that can help investors determine if a stock might be a quality investment is the Return on Equity or ROE.
The region has been under the BJP influence for more than two decades yet the party has looked nervous this election. The votes will be counted on December 18, the same day as Himachal Pradesh, where elections were held on November 9.
Church notes for Saturday, Dec. 9, 2017
Pastor Al Schmitzer will deliver the message on "See Your King Comes to You - The King of Peace", based on Zechariah 9:9-10. The Hearts of Love: crocheting ministry, will have a Christmas fellowship at Lawndale Baptist Church , 841 Dr.
Denver Nuggets' bench helps fuel road win at Orlando Magic
C Nikola Jokic (15.5 ppg) missed his fourth consecutive game (sprained left ankle), although the Nuggets expect him back soon. They are 10-2 at home with a six-game winning streak, but even with Friday's win, they are an unsightly 4-9 away from home.
Video key in ex-officer's stiff sentence for killing
Through tears, they also told Slager they felt sorrow for him and the loss his young children would feel in his absence. The case was ultimately heard in federal court after US attorneys reached a plead deal with Slager earlier this year.
HWL finals: Argentina stuns India in semis; enter finals
India struggle in hard conditions and lose to Argentina For India, it was defeat in slow motion. "India are a tough team to beat". The Argentine skipper's stick was, however, blocked by Birendra Lakra and the referee did not think twice before awarding the PC.
Sage's depression drug succeeds in study
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Israeli jets strike Gaza amid Jerusalem unrest
Two Gazans were reported killed in what Israel said were violent protests at the Gaza border fence and a third was badly injured. Palestinian protesters threw rocks at IDF soldiers in Bethlehem after Friday prayers near the Jacir Palace Hotel, officials said.
BJP Maharashtra MP Nana Patole quits party, Lok Sabha
Mr Patole alleged that he had time and again raised the issues with the Prime Mminister but they were ignored. Replying to a query about Manishankar Aiyar's comments against Prime Minister Modi, the BJP leader predicted.