US President Donald Trump’s decision to pull out of the Iran nuclear deal and relocate the US embassy to Jerusalem al-Quds was an ill-advised decision, but was one that should have been anticipated, an American activist and author says.
“Trump’s close ties with Netanyahu also pretty much guarantees that even though the entire international community and international agencies and experts advised him not to pull out of the deal with Iran. He listened to one person, the one person who advised to pull out. And that person was Netanyahu,” Miko Peled an American activist and author told Press TV on Friday.
Peled said the same is true about the decision to move the US embassy to Jerusalem al-Quds: “This was a personal political gift form Donald Trump to Benjamin Netanyahu.
He said the consequences of moving the embassy can already be seen against Palestinians in the form of increased violence against them and the continuation of the…