The State Department issued a "worldwide caution" warning hours after President Donald Trump's announcement on Wednesday that the USA would recognize Jerusalem as Israel's capital and move the American embassy there.
"In addition to concerns stemming from terrorism, travelers should be alert to the possibility of political unrest, violence, demonstrations, and criminal activities when traveling", it said, adding that US government facilities are on a heightened state of alert".
The alert, posted on December 6, is a "worldwide caution" that asks USA citizens to be on high-alert when traveling.
Trump announced plans on Wednesday to recognize Jerusalem as the Israeli capital, in addition to plans to move the USA capital from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem. That advisory, which cautions that "the possibility of random violence continues to exist and can happen without warning", is still in effect. "These facilities may temporarily close or periodically suspend public services to assess their security posture".
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The warning went on to urge American citizens to be aware of local developments and remain in contact with U.S. embassies or consulates.
"Americans in Jordan are encouraged to maintain a low profile and to remain alert to developments", the message said.
The department on Tuesday urged USA citizens to avoid Jerusalem's Old City and the West Bank over fears of protests and violent reaction to the president's announcement.
Many countries in the Middle East view East Jerusalem as the only viable capital for a Palestinian state to co-exist peacefully with Israel.
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The Iran-backed militia Harakat Hizballah al-Nujaba said Trump's decision could become a "legitimate reason" to attack United States forces in Iraq.
"It is time for all civilized nations and people to respond to disagreement with reasoned debate-not senseless violence-and for young and moderate voices across the Middle East to claim for themselves a bright and lovely future".
A number of world powers, including Germany, Turkey, and Russian Federation, expressed grave concern over the Trump administration's decision.
In a statement, Al-Abadi warned on the repercussions this measure will have on the stability in the region and the world.
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