Published On: Mon, Dec 18th, 2017

Turkey Will Have Its Own Embassy In East Jerusalem As President Erdogan Says

After calling the world leaders at summit to recognize the Jerusalem city as capital of independent Palestine state, on Sunday President Tayyip Erdogan said that Turkey has plans to open its own embassy in east Jerusalem.


It is clearly told by Turkey to world leaders that Jerusalem will be considered as the capital city of Palestine country, the President Tayyip Erdogan has taken the stands for the rights of that independent state against the United States and Israel who are killing people in Jerusalem by declaring the city as capital of Israel.

In recent days, the American president Donald Trump declared that Jerusalem will be the capital of Israel as they have set the government power in that city while he also ordered to move the US embassy in Jerusalem.

This recognition of Trump has empowered the clashes in Palestine with Israeli troops due to which many protestors have dead.

In all over the world especially in Muslim countries, protests have been started against the US president declaration that Jerusalem is the capital city of Israel.

In Indonesia people burnt the flags of US as well as Israel in front of their embassy and Muslims have refused to accept this recognition.

Jerusalem is the part of faith of Muslims as according to Turkey President Tayyip Erdogan that this city is like the red line for them, they never accept this decision.

And along him many Muslim leaders criticized this Trump’s decision to declare the Jerusalem the capital of Israel which has hurt their hearts.

The President Tayyip Erdogan strongly criticized again the US president Donald Trump on his declaration that Jerusalem is the capital of Israel and he said that the day is close when Turkey will open its own embassy in there with the permission of God.

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