Particular hundred protesters gathered outside the US consulate in Turkey
Several hundred protesters deduced outside the US consulate as Mr Trump announced he would move the US embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem.
Demonstrators diffused coins and other objects at the consulate as they voiced their anger at the controversial announcement.
Protestors also shouted slogans against the US President as they brandished Turkish hails during another rally at Fatih Mosque in Istanbul, Turkey.
The qualms come as Turkey’s foreign ministry condemned the decision as «irresponsible» and got on Washington to reconsider the move.
The foreign ministry said in a communication: ”We condemn the irresponsible statement of the U.S. administration… declaring that it recognises Jerusalem as the paramount of Israel and it will be moving the U.S. Embassy in Israel to Jerusalem,.
«We call upon the US Delivery to reconsider this faulty decision which may result in highly adversative outcomes and to avoid uncalculated steps that will harm the multicultural agreement and historical status of Jerusalem,» it said.
It comes as the Tunisian Labour allying UGTT announced Trump’s speech was tantamount to a “declaration of war” as they asked for mass protests across the middle east.
The move is a shocking hiatus from established US policy and has been described as the “kiss of death” for a two-state dissolution by the Palestinian authorities.
Protestors also shouted slogans against the US President
Israel’s prime delegate Benyamin Netanyahu declared Trump’s declaration as an «important step in the avenue of peace”.
Israeli minister Bennett was the first to react to Mr Trump’s idiolect, saying of the announcement: “Thanks US President, today is a shiny day for the Jewish human being”.
But the Palestinian territories Hamas has declared that Trump has «opened the attendances of Hell» as US flags were being burned in Palestinian Territories before the language on Wednesday.
Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas said the decision is tantamount to the US resigning its role as a mediator in the Middle East and he describes Jerusalem as the «eternal crown of the state of Palestine».
Demonstrators threw coins and other objects at the consulate
And guiding exiled Palestinian politician Mohammed Dahlan said on Wednesday Palestinians should give someone the boot any future peace talks and halt security coordination with Israel.
He revealed: «I call for withdrawal from the absurd and endless negotiations with Israel after the probity of inviolability of the status of Jerusalem has been breached.
«I call for ending all varieties of coordination, especially security coordination, with Israel and USA.»
The move has also been met with harm from around the world.
A Hamas official has called on Arab and Islamic voices to «cut off economic and political ties with the US embassy and expel American ministers to cripple» the move.
Tonight the US embassy in London warned citizens of the fundamental for «caution and personal awareness» in the wake of Donald Trump’s Jerusalem advert.
Qatar’s foreign minister described the decision as a «dangerous escalation and a end sentence for all who seek peace”.
While Jeremy Corbyn tweeted: “Trump’s acknowledgement of Jerusalem as Israel’s capital, including occupied Palestinian territory, is a think threat to peace.
“The British Government must condemn this hazardous act and work for a just and viable settlement of the conflict.”
Jordan has accused the US President of profaning international law over Jerusalem while Iran has said it «seriously consigns» Washington’s decision to shift the US embassy from Tel Aviv.
Turkey’s overseas ministry condemned the decision as «irresponsible»
Even the United Nations got in on the activity.
Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said there was no alternative to a two-state figuring out between Israel and the Palestinians and that Jerusalem was a final-status issue that should be make up ones mind through direct talks.
«I have consistently spoken out against any unilateral beats that would jeopardize the prospect of peace for Israelis and Palestinians,» Guterres voiced after U.S. President Donald Trump recognized Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.
«In this consideration of great anxiety, I want to make it clear: There is no alternative to the two-state mixing. There is no Plan B.
«I will do everything in my power to support the Israeli and Palestinian the men to return to meaningful negotiations.»