Friday, May 25, 2018
Speaking in English, Mohammad Javad Zarif in a video on YouTube and Twitter accused the U.S. of violating the deal, particularly by “bullying.”
The unusual move reflects discomfort of the Palestinian leader's increasingly radical rhetoric among allies based in liberal societies.
Ever since President Trump announced the US embassy in Israel would be moving from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, you may have been wondering: Why is this a big deal?
The newly-appointed secretary of state's Israel visit came at a particularly fraught time in Israeli-Palestinian relations.
The two leaders spoke on Saturday, hours before Netanyahu met with new U.S. Secretary of State MIke Pompeo, who said that trump would withdraw the U.S. from the Iran nuclear deal if it could not be fixed to his satisfaction.
The first stage is to appoint an honorary consul to Jerusalem; no timetable was given for an embassy move.
The French leader's speech was mostly a rebuke of President Trump's isolationism and his embrace of strident nationalism.
The president nevertheless said he was "close" to an understanding with Emmanuel Macron, the French leader who favors the deal.
The majority of the lawmakers represent districts with substantive Jewish communities.
The question came in the middle of a longer phone conversation last year that was “mostly friendly and complimentary," according to Axios.


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