Israeli PM Netanyahu says his controversial annexation plan for occupied West Bank "will be implemented within a few weeks" and his government will "not approve" the establishment of a Palestinian state.
The uptick in Israeli state-sanctioned brutality against Palestinians has risen in the aftermath of the so-called 'peace deal'.
Saudi Arabia is trying to revive its 18-year-old plan to normalise ties with Israel, supported by a host of Arab countries.
Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas tells UN Security Council the world should reject US President Trump's Mideast plan, calling it a "Swiss cheese" deal that would limit Palestinian sovereignty without bringing lasting peace.
African Union Commission Chairman Moussa Faki Mahamat says US President Trump's controversial plan "trampled on the rights of the Palestinian people" –– a line that drew applause in main hall at AU headquarters in Ethiopia.
The Organization of Islamic Cooperation called on all 57 member states "not to cooperate with the US administration in implementing it in any form," in a meeting in Jeddah.
Israeli forces used rubber bullets and tear gas canisters to break up the marches as protesters take to streets against Trump's so-called "deal of the century."
The plan throws global diplomatic conventions out the window and opens the door for a future where only might is right.
The drastic realignment of international alliances leaves vulnerable Muslims with few powerful friends.
As the 2020 US elections are underway, the deal is aimed at securing the support of evangelicals, who made up more than 80 percent of Trump's electorate in 2016 presidential election.
The ‘Deal of the Century’ has gone back on years of promises and negotiations that Palestinians have already endured, and rejected.
"Deal of shame", "aggressive", "the conspiracy", "nonsense" – Palestinians react with fury as US President Trump reveals the controversial map which gives Israel everything it has been demanding.
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