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"Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and President Donald Trump on May 23, 2017, in Jerusalem, Israel. Photo by Kobi Gideon/GPO via Getty Images.

A State Department source tells TYT that some U.S. diplomatic officials in the Middle East were privately dismayed by President Trump’s decision to move America’s embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, even before this week’s protests and bloodshed.
As the new embassy opened this week, Israeli forces killed 60 Palestinian protesters demonstrating in Gaza at the border with Israel. Protests have swept the world following Monday’s violence. The UN condemned the killings, calling them an “outrageous human rights violation.”

Trump’s decision, announced on December 6, 2017, was a controversial one. One U.S. official based in a Middle East embassy revealed to TYT that some U.S. diplomatic officials were privately among those dismayed by the decision.”*

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