Protesters of Trump’s Jerusalem decision march in Chicago

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(Worthy News) - Some 200 people protesting President Donald Trump’s decision to recognize Jerusalem as Israel’s capital and move the United States Embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem took to the streets of Chicago.

The protesters gathered Thursday evening, a day after the president’s announcement, at the city’s Federal Plaza in the downtown area called the Loop before they began their march.

The march was peaceful but to head off any confrontations, the police department lined the route with uniformed officers. [ Source: Washington Times (Read More...) ]

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5 thoughts on “Protesters of Trump’s Jerusalem decision march in Chicago”

  1. I completely agree with Trump because it is biblical and prophetic. Cursed is one who divides Jerusalem. For Muslims claiming Jerusalem is satanic.

  2. People, you better recognize that Jerusalem is The Eternal GOD's favorite place in all the universe, we own nothing here. What did we create? Where were we when Andonai said" Let there be light"?

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