Zionist daily: US Embassy relocation no ‘great moment’
Tehran, Source: Kazakhstan 2050 Source: Kazakhstan 2050 The Zionist newspaper Haaretz dismissed relocation of US diplomatic mission from Tel-Aviv to Beit-ul Moqaddas as not being a great moment for the Israel regime.
Haaretz quoted Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu as saying that would be a great moment for the occupying regime.
There's no doubt that the government will turn the occasion into a giant event, even though in practice it merely means carving out office space for the ambassador and a small staff in the U.S. Consulate building in Jerusalem's Arnona neighborhood. But in light of the nadir in relations between Israel and the Palestinians, there is absolutely no reason to celebrate, wrote the daily.
In a controversial act, US President Donald Trump decided to recognized the Holy Quds as capital of the Zionist regime and ordered to relocate US embassy from Tel-Aviv to Quds.
Source: Islamic Republic News Agency