Morocco will be supportive in defense occupied al-Quds

In a letter to the president of Palestine, Mahmoud Abbas, has King Mohammed VI expressed his disapproval about the plans of the U.S. president Donald Trump to the U.S. Embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem.

Newly elected president Donald Trump proclaimed repeatedly during his election campaign to the U.S. Embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem.

On 23 January confirmed the Press Secretary of the White House, Sean Spicer, that Trump's team in the "initial phase" of the discussion of a plan to move the U.S. Embassy in Israel.

Israel considers Jerusalem as the capital, but most of the world considers the city's position as part of the peace negotiations.

If Trump's plan is carried out, America would the first country since 2006 that recognized Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, reports Moroccoworldnews.

In his letter suggested King Mohammed VI, Abbas assured that he is aware of "the dangers that the legitimate situation of the occupied al-Quds (East Jerusalem) threaten"

He stated that "the possible relocation of the Embassy of the United States of Tel Aviv to the Holy City can undermine efforts to improve the situation of the Palestinian cause".


King Mohammed VI, President of the Al-Quds Committee, said he is ready to "coordinate" with Mahmoud Abbas, "other Arab and Muslim leaders", and "countries that support the Palestinian cause", to "by all means legal, political and diplomatically, the legal status of Al-Quds (East Jerusalem) to defend ".

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