Israel has objected to Jordanian claims that the killing of a terrorist who stabbed a police officer was a "heinous crime," while the terrorist himself is seen as a "martyr."
With the United States' decision to move its embassy from Tel Aviv to Israel's eternal capital now up in the air, PM Netanyahu says that the move will not adversely affect the peace process, but instead make peace more attainable.
The son of dead terrorist, al-Qaeda leader, and 9/11 planner has praised attacks against Israel and called upon jihadists to "find Jews everywhere and kill them."
The office of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says that they have not received information of any U.S. decision not to move the U.S. embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem. President Trump has previously intimated that he plans to move the embassy to Jerusalem.
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