On Dec. 6, Trump said he was officially recognizing Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, reversing a longtime USA policy and challenging a global consensus to leave the status of Jerusalem ambiguous until the final phase of any future peace process between Israelis and Palestinians.
The Dome of the Rock on the left and the Western Wall.
Yisrael Katz's plan, now in the initial stages, involves constructing two underground stations and excavating over 3km of tunnel beneath downtown Jerusalem and under the politically sensitive Old City. "Trump Station" will be walking distance to a number of Jewish and Christian holy sites, in addition to the Temple Mount.
Katz's plan is in its initial planning stages.
The station will be build as part of an extension of Jerusalem's highspeed rail, which will soon reach the Western Wall.
The president campaigned for the White House promising to relocate the embassy, and many expected him to make the decision the first day he took office in January.
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Apple appeared in the locker room at least three more times, but did not make himself available before the media period ended. I don't want to start no controversy with my teammate. "Look, we're all grown men in there", Collins said.
Trump's December 6 decision has drawn global condemnation, including in a Turkish-sponsored resolution overwhelmingly passed last week by the UN General Assembly.
Israeli authorities say most of the Palestinians killed were carrying out knife, gun or car-ramming attacks.
The Western Wall train proposal will likely face opposition from the global community, which doesn't recognize Israeli sovereignty over east Jerusalem and the Old City, which Israel captured in the 1967 Mideast war and later annexed.
She added: "What we are doing is returning our embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, where we had it for many years".
But the move has prompted weeks of protest in Arab and Muslim countries around the world and numerous "days of rage" in Jerusalem, Israel and the West Bank. 'We already know how to deal with no less hard opposition'.