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Envoy: Malaysia not affected by Trump's aid threat over anti-Israel move

12 February 2018, 05:55 | Taylor George

Inside the room of Ahed Tamimi 17 who was arrested by Israeli forces for slapping a soldier

Inside the room of Ahed Tamimi 17 who was arrested by Israeli forces for slapping a soldier

Trump went on to say that controversial Israeli land settlements have played a muddled the peace process. The Trump White House has been less publicly critical of Israel's settlement building than previous administrations.

U.S. President Donald Trump said in an interview published Sunday that Israeli settlements in the West Bank complicate the task of making peace with the Palestinians.

"We are going to see what goes on", Trump said in an interview published Sunday in the Sheldon Adelson-owned Israel Hayom newspaper, when asked when the USA will unveil its much anticipated peace plan.

"The settlements complicate on a different level - and it's always complicated - in making peace, so Israel needs to act with caution on the topic of settlements", Trump said.

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Trump threatened to cut additional aid to Palestinians last month after the US announced it was withholding $65 million in aid to the United Nations agency that serves Palestinian refugees.

Trump's approach toward Israel has appeared to be more lenient than with the Palestinians, with whom he has tangled publicly since his recognition of Jerusalem as Israel's capital a year ago. "He was more serious, more thoughtful, considering my questions before firing back, and also more inquisitive, asking me far more questions for a change", the editor wrote. Morales was honored during the meal, attended by about 200 people, for his decision to recognize Jerusalem as Israel's capital. I have been thanked and in some cases not thanked, to be 100 percent honest about it.

Trump triggered global anger even from some allies when he defied advice against recognising Jerusalem as Israel's capital by moving the American embassy there, a move analysts said had undone decades of efforts to foster peace in the region.

As to whether Israel will be expected to give something in return for the Jerusalem move, as he has hinted several times since the December 6 announcement, Trump replied, "I think both sides will have to make hard compromises to reach a peace agreement".



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