“Accurately speaking, the US is committed to an apartheid regime whose existence depends on racism, occupation, terror & aggression, to name a few,” the Ministry said in a post on its Twitter account on Friday.
It added that Washington is cherishing a partnership with Israel which has been built based on “destruction and bloodshed” in Palestine and other parts of the region and the world.
The Ministry emphasized that this alliance only makes the world “insecure.”
On Thursday, US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo pointed to the relocation of the US embassy from Tel Aviv to the occupied Jerusalem al-Quds at President Donald Trump's direction and said the move was a magnificent tribute to the deep and historic friendship between Washington and Tel Aviv.
“The US is committed to Israel. We’re committed to our alliance, and we are committed to building a more peaceful, more prosperous future together,” he wrote.
The US embassy relocation took place on May 14, 2018 on the eve of the 70th anniversary of Nakba Day (the Day of Catastrophe). On this day back in 1948, hundreds of thousands of Palestinians were forcibly evicted from their homeland and Israel proclaimed existence.
The relocation came months after Donald Trump announced that Washington was recognizing the occupied city as the “capital” of Israel.