Krueck Sexton Partners responds to open letter on U.S. Embassy in Jerusalem, claims it was “inaccurately reported”

Last week AN published news about a circulating open letter addressed to Chicago-based architecture firm Krueck Sexton Partners (KSP) that calls on the office to “immediately withdraw from the Israeli planning process and stop their participation in and endorsement of Israel’s illegal seizures of Palestinian land in Jerusalem.”

This week KSP has responded to this letter via a statement shared with AN. The office commented that the letter and AN’s coverage were “inaccurately reported” and stated that it “has not been selected to design a new U.S. Embassy in Jerusalem.” Both the letter and AN’s prior article described KSP’s role as one of participation

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