The Old City of Jerusalem (and part of the eastern side) was in the hands of Jordan, between 1948 and 1967. Jordan did not allow the entrance or freedom of worship to the Jews in their sacred sites. The Knesset and the government were in western Jerusalem, considered by Israelis as their capital city. Acknowledging Jerusalem as the capital city of Israel evidences a pro-Israeli posture of President Trump. However, we must verify where was the Embassy located. If Trump located the building in eastern Jerusalem, it would mean that the city would continue unified under Israeli control. The Embassy was located on the western side and the North American administration declared that its decision did not mean that the eastern part could not be, via negotiation, the capital city of a Palestinian state. On the other hand, some people believe that the decision of moving the Embassy can result in a religious war in the region. As has been explained at the beginning of this book, the religious motivations already existed and have been exploited by the Arab-Palestinians since the killings of 1920 and 1929. The main question is if the pressure on the Palestinians, who are witnessing the loss of part of their hopes about Jerusalem, approaches peace or moves it away. From an Islamic point of view, the answer is simple: it approaches an agreement. When a Muslim feels that his rival is stronger, he can sign a truce that can allow him to improve his capacities and position. They base this on the Hudna, signed by Mohammed in Hudaybyah (year 628). In 1992, when the PLO was lost after its support to Saddam Hussein in 1991, its weakness led to acknowledge Israel and leave the use of terrorism behind. Maybe, thanks to the pressure by Trump and others, the PLO-PA may decide to end the conflict and acknowledge Israel as the national cradle of the Jewish people.