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"Well, it is true that the Americans have not announced their plan for Middle East peace yet, but we know that the crux of it is about a "limited Palestinian state on limited parts of the territories seized by Israel in 1967" and we honestly don't think that this would work for the Palestinians - with or without the consent of Abbas or anyone else", said a Middle-East based European diplomat.

Mr Trump said U.S. aid to the Palestinians is "on the table" but they won't get it "unless they sit down and negotiate peace".

Pence's three-day trip to the Middle Eastern region earlier this week was dismissed by Palestinians - including Christians - as embodying the Donald Trump administration's perceived bias towards Israel, demonstrated by the controversial December 6 announcement by Trump that he was unilaterally recognising Jerusalem as Israel's capital.

Speaking to the gathering of world leaders in Davos, King Abdullah said that the world is waiting for a new U.S. policy on the issue.

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"The best days for our most cherished ally are yet to come", Pence said in a speech before the Israeli Knesset and during a joint press conference with host Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu.

"The thing people don't realize is these people have made their mark in markets in real estate", Netanyahu said, before going on to stress that the central issue isn't land - the position Palestinians take - but recognition of Israel.

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Pence noted that Trump has vowed to stop waiving US sanctions under the deal unless the Europeans agreed to strengthen its terms.

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Female journalists covering US Vice President Mike Pence's visit to the Western Wall in Jerusalem on Tuesday have complained of discrimination after being forced to stand behind their male colleagues.

Sacks, who was chief rabbi for 22 years until 2013, defended the support he gave to Pence saying it was a "tribute" to his people that such a high-ranking figure had asked for advice. There has also been a surge in rocket attacks from Gaza and Hamas, the terror group which rules Gaza and seeks to destroy Israel, has called for a new intifada to liberate Jerusalem and urged Palestinians to confront soldiers and settlers. He said the Trump administration was attempting to fix the "damages" inflicted by its predecessor but cautioned against any move that could cause the Muslim world to come together against Israel. "But we will not chase after a Palestinian leadership that lacks what's needed to achieve peace". We took Jerusalem off the table, so we don't have to talk about it anymore, he said.

Trump said in Davos that his decision to move the US Embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem will be expedited, with a smaller embassy opening its doors next year. "That was the toughest issue", he said. "The dramatic deterioration of the situation, the escalation of tensions and the deepening of political deadlock are cause for great concern".

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