Donald Trump became the first sitting U.S. president to visit the Western Wall - a sacred site in Judaism which was captured by Israel during the 1967 Six-Day War - during his visit to Israel. 

Trump vowed to secure peace between Israel and Palestine as he wore a traditional yarmulke and pressed his right hand against the wall, which is located in Jerusalem's Old City ... all while closing his eyes. 

Naturally, Arabs couldn't help but make a joke out of the entire incident. 

References to Trump's plans to build a wall between Mexico and the United States ... were definitely in order. 

Discussions on wall prices probably owned the conversation

Mocking Trump's "Mexico will pay for the wall" statement

Find yourself a partner that loves you as much as Trump loves walls

Competition on which walls are sturdier took place

No matter what ... "I still love you baby"

A special thanks to Jesus

"What a beautiful wall. How did they get funding for this?"

But, wait is Trump cheating on his other wall?

Jokes aside, some used this moment to reflect on the unfortunate reality

The United States does not recognize Jerusalem as Israel's capital, a status that U.S. administrations hope to resolve with a peace agreement between Israel and Palestine. 

Media reports have suggested Trump is aiming to normalize relations between Israel and Gulf countries. 

"We have before us a rare opportunity to bring security and stability and peace to this region and to its people," Trump said in a joint press conference with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, according to The Guardian

"But we can only get there working together. There is no other way."

Documents surfaced last week suggesting member states of the Gulf Cooperation Council were open to enhanced relations with the Israeli government if certain concessions were made. 

For his part, Netanyahu commented on Trump's arrival from Riyadh by saying: "I hope that one day an Israeli prime minister can fly from Tel Aviv to Riyadh."