Embassy in the holy city?

The impact of the much speculated-upon move of the US embassy to Jerusalem.

February 2, 2017 19:57
The US Consulate General

The US Consulate General, citizen services, on David Flusser Street in Talpiot. (photo credit: MARC ISRAEL SELLEM)


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A move of the US Embassy to Jerusalem could have broad impact on the evolution of the city and contribute to the promotion of peace.

US President Donald Trump’s proposed move of the embassy to the capital is generating a robust discussion about its political implications, but such move would also have a profound effect on the city itself.


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