At least three "U.S. Embassy" road signs went up in Jerusalem on Monday ahead of next week's opening of the mission in the city, a Reuters witness said.
The news comes as the USA prepares to move its embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem on May 14, a decision that has been universally condemned.
A massive, means really massive, pro-Palestinian rally was held in Sana'a on Friday with thousands voicing their anger over US President Donald Trump's decision to move the US's Israeli Embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem. In the meantime, USA officials approached by the Washington Post, categorically denied the report saying that President Trump's plan has not yet been completed but has entered its final stages of development.
Other world powers have not done so, sidestepping one of the thorniest disputes between Israel and the Palestinians, who want their own state with East Jerusalem as the capital. The last round of peace talks on a Palestinian state in the West Bank and Gaza Strip collapsed in 2014.
He stated, "There is a price to pay" for the move, adding "however, it is worth paying".
The inclusion of Abu Dis in the list, analysts said, hinted at the overall American strategy in moving the American Embassy to Yerushalayim.
"Israel, the [U.S.] officials indicated, would be expected to accept the plan once it is presented despite the potentially painful concessions", it added, without naming the USA "officials" in question.
Following the decision, which was seen as an endorsement of the Israeli narrative, Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas said he would refuse any offer made by the Americans.
Street signs in Israel have sometimes fallen victim to political vandalism, with Jews erasing Arabic or Arabs the Hebrew.