Report: Bannon Pushed for Moving Israel Embassy, Boycotted Meeting With ‘Terrorist’ Abbas


In the wake of former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon’s ousting, reports detailing his views on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict have started to emerge.

Bannon aggressively petitioned President Donald Trump to relocate the US Embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to Yerushalayim, but was blocked by Trump’s son-in-law and senior adviser Jared Kushner, Vanity Fair reported on Sunday.

Trump promised to relocate the embassy during his election campaign in 2016, but he signed a six-month waiver June 1 to keep the embassy in Tel Aviv — in line with every president’s actions since Congress passed legislation calling on the US to move the embassy in 1995.

Bannon also reportedly lobbied Trump to take a more aggressive stance regarding Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas. When Abbas visited the White House in May, Bannon reportedly boycotted the meeting, sending a text message to a friend stating that he would not “breathe the same air as that terrorist,” according to Vanity Fair.

With Bannon’s departure, his alleged West Wing rival, Kushner, and others are slated to have greater influence over Trump’s decision-making regarding the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and overall foreign policy.




  1. Jared was correct. Moving the embassy to Yerushalayim will only cause Yidden to be killed. Everyone knows that Yerushalayim is the capital – even the arabs, so we have nothing to prove. Just leave things as they are.

  2. Keep reading Fake News and you will reach the wrong conclusion every time. I won’t allow the Los Angeles Slimes, The Jewish Style Journal (aka: The Jewish Urinal) or any of the other left wing fake news outlets into my home.

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