U.S Senate to move Israeli embassy to Jerusalem
Who would of thought anything good would ever come from Ted Cruz or Marco Rubio, but today joined by Senator Dean Heller after being sworn in as the 115th Senate, they have introduced a bill to move the U.S embassy in Israel from its largest city Tel Aviv to it's capital Jerusalem, a city that has failed to be recognized due to Muslim pressure that's applied through the UN.
With President elect Donald J. Trump promising to mend bridges with Israel after Obama failed to veto recent UN findings that Israel settlements in the West Bank are illegal, could we finally see Jerusalem recognized as the legitimate capital of the Jewish state?
This is a move that will definitely cause backlash throughout the Muslim world, just this week the Palestinian ambassador to Australia threatened the country with severe consequences from the Muslim world after the former PM Tony Abbott backed the idea in an article he wrote for The Spectator.
Islam only started in the 7th century how can "Palestine" call any claim to the holy city of Jerusalem when the city predates their paedophile prophet by a good 3000 years. Jerusalem, Bethlehem & the surrounding lands [an area the size of New Jersey] have strong historical ties for a majority of the Western world. Under Jewish control anyone has the ability to make a pilgramige to the holy lands, if Palestine was to be recognized how long would it take for Mecca Muslim only laws to be enforced?