Jerusalem capital

Australia erases recognition of east Jerusalem as future Palestinian capital

The erasure came after reports that, despite revoking recognition of west Jerusalem as Israeli, the same had not been done for the recognition of east Jerusalem as the future Palestinian capital

Australia’s flip-flop diplomacy on Jerusalem as Israel's capital - editorial

The Australians chose the Russian model, not the American one, in its approach to Jerusalem as Israel's capital.

A Hebrew and English sign is seen at the entrance to the Australian Embassy in Tel Aviv, Israel

Has Australia's Jerusalem reversal harmed Israel? - analysis

Many refuse to acknowledge Jerusalem is part of Israel, yet, most world leaders come to the city to meet with Israeli prime ministers.

Palestinians laud Australia’s stance to cancel Jerusalem as Israel's capital

The Palestinian Authority Foreign Affairs Ministry praised the decision as a “positive correction of Australia’s position.”

Australia reverses recognition of west Jerusalem as Israel's capital

Australia's government "recommits Australia to international efforts in the responsible pursuit of progress towards a just and enduring two-state solution," Foreign Affairs Minister Penny Wong said i


Israel slams Australia for revoking Jerusalem capital recognition, envoy summoned

The Australian government cited its belief that the status of Jerusalem should be resolved through peace negotiations.

On This Day: Jerusalem Law passed, recognizing Jerusalem as united capital

The law established Jerusalem as the united capital of Israel as well as the seat of government.

From the blog of Jerusalem Jane: 'God will always be Israel's defender'

Stories from a Christian Zionist from Denmark who has made Israel her home.


Pro-Israel European politicians gather for online conference on Jerusalem

“We have been able to unite pro-Israel parliamentarians around the world and form one global voice in support of preserving the unity of Jerusalem.”

COVID: As Jerusalem reopens, shop owners are excited - and scared

The streets are relatively busy on a Sunday morning, and the shops seem busy, but 'For Rent' signs hang on the windows of dozens of the stores and restaurants that line the street.

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