President Bush again postponed moving the U.S. Embassy in Israel to Jerusalem for six months. Bush on Wednesday suspended the Jerusalem Embassy Act of 1995, keeping the embassy in Tel Aviv for six additional months. The act mandates the president to move the embassy to Jerusalem but presidents consistently have postponed the move, citing national security concerns.
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