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Jérusalem : La décision de Trump au Conseil de sécurité de l'ONU

Rédigé le 07/12/2017
Zara Garnier


©DEBBIE HILL/UPI/MAXPPP - The Dome of the Rock at the Al-Aqsa Mosque Compound is seen in Jerusalem's Old City, on January 15, 2017. 


La décision de Donald Trump de transférer à Jérusalem l'ambassade américaine, a été saluée par Benjamin Netanyahou comme "historique". Le président de l’Autorité palestinienne Mahmoud Abbas, a dénoncé cette décision qui "mine délibérément tous les efforts de paix". 



©EPA/JIM LO SCALZO/MAXPPP - US President Donald J. Trump signs his proclamantion about his controversial decision to formally recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, and his plan to relocate the US embassy to that city, in the Diplomatic Room of the White House in Washington, DC, USA 06 December 2017. The move breaks with years of American foreign policy and could lead to unrest in the Middle East.


De nombreux dirigeants du Moyen Orient l’ont condamnée avec en tête l’Iran et la Turquie. Les effets dans les territoires palestiniens et dans le monde musulman ne se sont pas fait attendre. Le leader du Hamas, Ismail Haniya, a lancé un appel à une nouvelle intifada. 



©Ashraf Amra   apaimages/MAXPPP - Rafah ; Palestinian Territory - Palestinians burn posters depicting U.S. President Donald Trump and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu during a protest against the U.S. intention to move its embassy to Jerusalem and to recognize the city of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, in Rafah in the southern Gaza Strip December 6, 2017.



©Ashraf Amra  apaimages/MAXPPP - Gaza city ; Palestinian Territory - Hamas leader Ismail Haniya gestures as he delivers a speech over US President Donald Trump's decision to recognise Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, in Gaza City on December 7, 2017. Haniya called for a new Palestinian intifada, or uprising.



 ©Gehad Hamdy/dpa/MaxPPP - A man holds up an anti-Trump placard during a protest outside the Egyptian Syndicate of Journalists in Cairo, Egypt, 07 December 2017. US President Donald Trump's recognition of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel has drawn widespread international condemnation and anger.


Le secrétaire général de l'ONU, Antonio Guterres, a rappelé "Il n'y a pas d'alternative à la solution de deux États" avec "Jérusalem comme capitale d'Israël et de la Palestine". 



©Wisam Hashlamoun  apaimages/MAXPPP - Bethlehem ; Palestinian Territory - Palestinian protestors clash with Israeli forces near an Israeli checkpoint in the West Bank city of Bethelem on December 7, 2017. US President Donald Trump's recognition of Jerusalem as Israel's capital sparked a Palestinian general strike and a call for a new intifada as fears grew of fresh bloodshed in the region . 



©ALAA BADARNEH/EPA/MAXPPP - epa06361798 An Israeli soldier fires tear gas shells at Palestinains during clashes in the village of Qusra, near the West Bank City of Nablus, 01 December 2017. 30 Palestinians were wounded during the clashes after a protest against the killing of Palestinian farmer by Israeli settler in his field a day earlier.



©ABED AL HASHLAMOUN/EPA/MAXPPP -  Israeli forces detain a Palestinian protester following clashes after protests against a decision by US President Donald Trump to recognise Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, in the West Bank city Hebron, 07 December 2017.


Le Conseil de sécurité de l'ONU se réunit en urgence ce vendredi matin, sur la demande de huit des quinze pays qui y siègent . Il s'agit de l’Égypte et du Sénégal pour l’Afrique ; de la Bolivie et de l’Uruguay pour l’Amérique du Sud ; de la France, l’Italie, le Royaume-Uni et de la Suède pour l’Europe.

 



©EPA/SOHAIL SHAHZAD/MAXPPP -  Activists of civil society burn a portrait of US President Donald Trump during a protest in Islamabad, Pakistan, 07 December 2017. US president Donald J. Trump on 06 December announced he is recognising Jerusalem as the Israeli capital and will relocate the US embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem.  


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