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Dozens killed in Gaza, 128 countries condemn US embassy move

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Bulk290OCCUPIED JERUSALEM (PNIC):-The 128 countries of world condemn the Trump decision to move its embassy from Tel Aviv to Occupied Jerusalem.

The US on Monday opened its embassy in Jerusalem despite the widespread international condemnation and the Palestinian anger that has been escalating for months.

This came as about one million Palestinians were marching along Gaza's eastern border fence a few kilometers from Occupied Jerusalem. So far dozens have been killed and hundreds injured by Israeli gunfire.

The US had premeditatedly decided to move its embassy in Israel to Jerusalem on the 70th anniversary of the Nakba, the day when over 760,000 Palestinians were expelled from their lands in the 1948 war.

The number of Palestinian refugees, who were replaced with Israeli settlers, has increased to 6 million around the world.

Of the 193 members of the UN General Assembly, 128 countries opposed the US embassy decision, including US allies such as France and Britain.

Israel occupied the eastern part of Jerusalem in 1967 and declared the holy city, with its eastern and western parts, the eternal capital of Israel in 1980, a move which the international community refused to recognize.

About 140 Palestinians have been killed by the Israeli occupation forces in the peaceful demonstrations launched since the US president Donald Trump recognized Jerusalem as the capital of Israel in December 2017.

At least 55 Palestinians were killed today, Monday, after being deliberately targeted with Israeli gunfire during protests along Gaza's border fence with the 1948 occupied territories.

Throughout history, Jerusalem has been destroyed twice, besieged 23 times, attacked 52 times and invaded and restored 44 times. The occupation was always destined to end and its true owners were to stay.

 
 
 
 
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