Middle East reacts to President Trump's Jerusalem announcement

ABC News' Molly Hunter has the latest from Jerusalem the morning after Trump's announcement. There have been no major protests yet, but the State Department has warned embassies across the region to be prepared for backlash.
3:00 | 12/07/17

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The president's announcement is stoking anti American sentiment in the Middle East yes some groups are calling for three days of raids but so far no major flare ups of violence. ABC's Molly hunter has been monitoring the situation from her post in Jerusalem. She joins us now live in Molly what's the immediate reaction overnight there. Tennis and good morning guys it's on the cover of every single newspaper here's a visit Haaretz trump US recognizes Jerusalem. And this picture a picture of the Israeli flag of the American flag projected onto the walls of Jerusalem's old city last night. And dangerous one posting in that city is Israel's capital as we just heard in Mike his he's prime minister Netanyahu was the real this is what he's been waiting for our guys. President Mahmoud Abbas in the West Bank cover feels betrayed he's angry and he sent the US can no longer be an honest broker for the peace process. Across the Arab world a muted reaction last night guys no major violence are watching very closely today. The state department for their part has warned embassies around the world around this region to be on high alert they've also warned Israel to rest and rain that response. Sent to camp data and head off any anti American sentiment across the region. Thank Kenneth and my of people there responding are they worried about this at all. It's not anyone can talk about your injuries them across the West Bank now today we're not sure what's gonna happen Palestinian factions have called for three days of raids yesterday today and Friday. Today at an unknown but tomorrow. Is what we should be watching Friday prayers from others are the biggest prayer day of the week there'll be a mom's. Preaching about this of course there will be large groups of Muslims gathering all over the region so that's a potential flash when we should really be watching that. And we certainly will stay safe Molly Molly hunter their forests in Jerusalem thanks month. Before we move on though one more reaction from the official Twitter account from the city of Tel Aviv they they treated here. Congratulations. I'm so happy and not tell us and I'll with a different friends. The literal. They're taking Israeli right Lorraine half two.

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