Indonesians call for boycott of US products over Jerusalem move

The chorus of condemnation against the US recognition of Jerusalem as Israel's capital is getting louder, with protests continuing across the world nearly two weeks after President Trump's decision.

    The chorus of condemnation against the US recognition of Jerusalem as Israel's capital is getting louder, with protests continuing across the world nearly two weeks after President Donald Trump's decision.

    In Indonesia, Muslim clerics are calling for a boycott of American products, after an estimated 80,000 demonstrators protested outside the US embassy in the capital, Jakarta.

    Al Jazeera's Dessi Arianti reports from Jakarta.


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