The US on Tuesday voiced concern concerning the go to of a far-right minister in Israel’s new authorities to the Al-Aqsa mosque compound, holy to each Jews and Muslims, and warned towards any change in the established order.
“The US stands firmly… for preservation of the established order with respect to holy websites in Jerusalem,” White Home Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre stated.
“Any unilateral motion that jeopardizes the established order is unacceptable.”
State Division spokesman Ned Worth individually stated america was “deeply involved” by the go to of Itamar Ben-Gvir, who has a historical past of inflammatory statements and was given a key safety place in Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s newest authorities.
“This go to has the potential to exacerbate tensions and to impress violence,” Worth stated of the go to which was extensively condemned within the Islamic world.
Worth stated america has had “direct conversations at the moment with representatives of the prime minister’s workplace relating to this go to.”
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