The statement came in response to a group of Jewish visitors who had entered the Temple Mount area on Sunday as part of their Rosh Hashanah celebrations
Clashes erupted on the anniversary of the burning of Al Aqsa by an Australian Christian fundamentalist on August 21, 1969
State Department spokesman also criticized the Ben-Gvir's 'inflammatory rhetoric' and Israel's settlement policy
'The delegation will hold discussions on the latest Palestinian and Arab developments and ways to support the resistance in Palestine'
Recent tensions around Al-Aqsa Mosque require an unusual response against Hamas, Hezbollah and other terror groups affiliated with Iran, Israel's intel says
On the last Friday of Ramadan, Iranians and other Arab and Muslim countries will mark Al-Quds Day, intended to express general opposition to Israel
The meeting comes amid the latest multi-front escalation with Israel
The Turkish president stressed the importance of preserving the status of the holy sites and stressed "reasonable reflection" in order to avoid a new escalation
Thousands of people had performed dawn prayer, on Friday morning, at the Al-Aqsa Mosque, which they attended from many Palestinian cities and villages
'Police call on the worshipers to act to prevent those lawbreakers from disrupting the Muslims’ Ramadan routine and desecrating the [Al Aqsa] mosque'
'Hezbollah proclaims its full solidarity with the Palestinian people and the resistance groups'
'Israel is committed to maintaining freedom of worship, free access to all religions and the status quo on the Temple Mount'
'The freedom of worship granted to Muslims at the Temple Mount is not the right to throw stones, shoot fireworks, desecrate mosques and harm police officers'
The Israeli military says four rockets were shot down, with some minor damage caused to a factory in Sderot
The man's family contests police's version of events, saying 'he was no terrorist' and demanding release of security camera footage
'Israeli Police will continue to allow freedom of worship, but will endeavor to prevent any attempt to disturb public order'
Under a decades-long arrangement, non-Muslims are allowed to visit Jerusalem's Temple Mount during certain hours of the day, but may not pray there
Jordanian and Palestinian media previously reported that Ghassan Majali was prevented from entering the Temple Mount, which Israel's police denies
“We want this behavior not to be repeated on Al-Aqsa mosque and Haram al-Sharif'
Less than a week into new government, many are already concerned over the new balance of forces within it
Member of Jordan's parliament also uses antisemitic reference to Jews, calling them 'sons of monkeys and pigs'
Israel's new national security minister earlier visited the Jerusalem holy site, drawing condemnation
'When you’re talking about the most sensitive subject which is the holy sites… religious feelings take over'
According to reports, more than two million people visited the Old City during the Jewish holidays