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The Dossier: Historic day in Jerusalem; Mueller probe reaches 1 year mark

A historic day in Jerusalem, the capital of Israel

This morning (afternoon in Israel), the U.S. embassy in Israel was officially relocated from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem. A huge contingent of high-ranking White House officials and Republican senators and members of Congress were on hand to witness the historic event.

The Jerusalem Embassy Act of 1995 established that the United States would move its embassy to Jerusalem. However, past presidents have balked at the congressional mandate, citing a national security provision that continually delayed the recognition of the capital of one of America’s most important strategic allies.

Presidents Clinton, Bush, and Obama failed to muster the courage to move the embassy. President Trump made good on his promise, and in doing so, he strengthened the U.S.-Israel bond for years to come.

When America leads, others follow. Since December, when President Trump announced that the U.S. would move the embassy, several countries have announced plans to relocate their embassies as well.

Hamas riots get Palestinians killed

As the U.S. and Israel celebrate their historic day, Palestinian terrorist groups are simultaneously fanning the flames of terror.

Hamas, the Palestinian terrorist group that rules the Gaza Strip, is purposely getting its own people killed as part of its “great return march” campaign. The jihadi group is making a concerted effort to breach the Gaza border with Israel so that it can conduct mass-casualty terrorist attacks against Israelis in border communities.

 

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