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The United States is Making a Mistake in Jerusalem

Moving the United States Embassy in Israel to Jerusalem is a horrible geopolitical a mistake.
Israel and Palestine have been at a state of semi-constant war for the past 69 years. While some peace agreements have been signed, these have been short lived and often break down in the form of rockets flying between Israel and Hamas. Additionally, the Israeli-Palestine conflict is a key part of the complicated dynamic between Sunni Arab states, Israel, and Iran. With relations between the US and Iran at an all time low, any further escalation of tensions could lead to geopolitical catastrophe.
Exactly how President Trump came to the conclusion that giving a massive, proverbial middle finger to the entire population of the Middle East would be better for the United States, I do not know. 90% of the population of the Middle East believes that Israel is the greatest threat to peace in the region. This figure includes US allies, such as Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, and Jordan. Thus, by recognizing J…

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