Leaders and representatives of Islamic countries pose for a family photo during the opening of the 13th Organization of Islamic Cooperation, OIC, Summit in Istanbul, Thursday, April 14, 2016. (Anadolu Agency/ Pool via AP)
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Leaders and high-ranking officials of Muslim countries will meet Wednesday in Istanbul for an extraordinary summit to discuss "repercussions" from the U.S. recognition of occupied Jerusalem as Israel's capital.Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan OIC's term president has been vehemently critical of the U.S. move and said Monday the leaders would relay a "strong message".Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani, Lebanon's President Michel Aoun, Jordanian King Abdullah II and top ministers of numerous nations will be attending the session.
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