JERUSALEM-An Israeli metropolis plans to call a park after U.S. President Donald Trump in honor of his choice to declare Jerusalem the capital of Israel and transfer the embassy there.
David Even Zur, the mayor of the northern Israeli metropolis of Kiryat Yam, calls Trump’s transfer “historic.” He says it was “a courageous, unprecedented step which none of his predecessors have been ready to do.”
“Donald Trump proved to the complete world that Jerusalem is in his coronary heart and we’ll show to him on this means that he’s in our hearts,” Even Zur stated in a press release Thursday.
The park, which can embrace a youngsters’s playground and will probably be situated within the metropolis middle, is about to be inaugurated subsequent yr.
The transfer displays the constructive Israeli response to Trump’s declaration, which was extensively denounced by Arabs and Muslims.