ISTANBUL (Turkey)- Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas a said Wednesday that US President Donald Trump "has offered Al Quds (Jerusalem) as a gift (to Israel)," adding that the United States will no longer have any role in the peace process in the Middle East. 

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ALGIERS- The Hall of Mohamed-Boudiaf Olympic Complex Dome will open Saturday for associations, political parties and citizens wishing to gather to reiterate support to the Palestinian cause, following the United States' recognition of Al Quds as the capital of the Israeli occupation, said Tuesday the Prime Minister Office in a statement.

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CAIRO (Egypt)- Arab Foreign ministers called on Washington to reverse its decision to recognize Al-Quds (Jerusalem) as capital of Israel, in a resolution issued by an Arab League Foreign Minister Council meeting Sunday in Cairo. 

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ALGIERS- Minister of Foreign Minister Abdelkader Messahel will take part Saturday, in Cairo, in the emergency meeting of the Arab League Council at the ministerial level to examine the latest developments on Al Quds after the decision of the American President, and the Arab actions to be undertaken in this regard, said a communiqué of Foreign Affairs Ministry.

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NEW YORK- The United Nations is “very concerned about the risks of a violent escalation” after Donald Trump’s recognition of Al Quds as the capital of Israel, affirmed Friday at the Council of Security Nickolay Mladenov, UN Special Coordinator for the Middle East Peace Process.

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ADDIS ABABA- The African Union (AU) affirmed Thursday that the decision of the American government to recognize Al Quds as the capital of Israel would only increase tensions in the region and make it difficult to reach a solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.”

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ALGIERS- Algeria, which has noted with very great concern the decision of the American administration to recognize Al Quds as the capital of Israel, on Wednesday has strongly denounced this serious decision, which is a blatant violation of the related resolutions of the Security Council and the international law.

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RAMALLAH- The United States could no longer play their historic role of peace mediator with the Israelis after President Donald Trump's recognition of the Occupied Al-Quds as the capital of Israel, said Wednesday President Mahmoud Abbas.

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ALGIERS- French President Emmanuel Macron said Wednesday, in Algiers, that the American president’s decision to relocate the U.S. embassy to Al Quds is “unfortunate.”

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WASHINGTON (U.S.A)- U.S president Donald Trump recognized Al Quds, as the capital of the Israeli occupier on Wednesday, and ordered the relocation of the American embassy.

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