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Dec 07, 2017 at 12:00 AM

Under foreign and domestic pressure, Canada reluctantly joins international consensus opposing Trump's decision on Jerusalem. 

Global Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland announced on Dec 6th that Canada would not be following the US lead in moving our embassy in Israel to Jerusalem. But she was very careful not to criticize Donald Trump’s decision. Read more….

Barely a week after Canada found itself isolated at the UN General Assembly over the Israel/Palestine issue, Minister Chrystia Freeland appeared to rejoin the international consensus on Israel/Palestine by declining to follow President Trump’s decision recognize Jerusalem as the Capital of Israel. 
 
But while she "declined to follow" she did not criticize... 
 
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