“Such funding incentivized acts of terror and, in so doing, made the conflict worse, not better,” Pompeo wrote.
“You brought the Biblical voice into the American policy. For years we have been waiting for this. You managed to light the way.”
In his historic visit, the Secretary of State made yet another declaration of solidarity with Israel.
It will be part of a 10-day visit by U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo to Europe and the Mideast, starting with France, Turkey and Georgia.
Defense Department officials have privately expressed worries that the president might initiate operations, whether overt or secret, against Iran or other adversaries during his last days in office.
U.S. citizens born in the capital must request that their place of birth be listed as “Israel,” or it will continue to be listed as “Jerusalem,” says U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo.
Mike Pompeo is moving forward to properly label these groups that work exclusively against Israel while ignoring gross humanitarian violations perpetrated by the PA.
He said the Abraham Accords “reflect a changing dynamic in the region, one in which countries recognize the need for regional cooperation to counter Iranian influence and generate prosperity.”
Energy Minister Yuval Steinitz, who is representing Israel in the negotiations expressed gratitude towards US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo
Foundation for Defense of Democracies senior fellow Orde Kittrie said that while the ICC investigation of whether war crimes have been committed by the United States in Afghanistan “is illegitimate and inappropriate,” sanctions “are not likely to weaken the ICC’s resolve.”