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US troops may become targets after US Jerusalem decision - Iraqi paramilitary group

US troops may become targets after US Jerusalem decision - Iraqi paramilitary group

"We recommend that USA citizens take into consideration these restrictions and the additional guidance contained in the Department of State's travel warning for Israel, the West Bank and Gaza when making decisions regarding their travel", the one-paragraph message said.

"With today's decision, my Administration reaffirms its longstanding commitment to building a future of peace and security in the Middle East", Pres. Trump said.

The US Ambassador was summoned to Iraq for making "protest" from the Ministry of foreign Affairs of Iraq, because of the unprecedented decision by trump, which he recognized Israel's capital Jerusalem.

Nujaba, which has about 10,000 fighters, is one of the most important militias in Iraq.

In November, Ted Poe from the US House of Representatives proposed imposing "terrorism-related sanctions" on Nujaba. The bill claims Kaabi took part in "multiple mortar and rocket attacks" on the Green Zone in Baghdad in 2008.

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State Department of the U.S. issued a new 'worldwide caution' for all its citizens travelling overseas following President Donald Trump's decision recognising Jerusalem as the official capital of Israel.

Trump said this marks the start of a "new approach" to solving the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

A number of world powers, including Germany, Turkey, and Russian Federation, expressed grave concern over the Trump administration's decision.

In a "security message" posted on the consulate's website, the US government said it published the Israel travel warning because of "widespread calls for demonstrations" beginning Wednesday in Jerusalem and the West Bank.

"We caution against the risky repercussions of this decision on the stability of the region and the world", an Iraqi government statement said. "The US administration has to backtrack on this decision to stop any risky escalation that would fuel extremism and create conditions favorable to terrorism".