Speaking during his historic first visit to the Occupied Palestinian Territories, Prince Charles said there should be an end to the “suffering and division” in Bethlehem.
The Prince of Wales’s words of support came as US President Donald Trump was expected to unveil his long-awaited Middle East peace plan.
But the initiative, intended to resolve the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, is thought to be an unfavourable one for Palestinians.
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