Four Israeli police officers were wounded during the riots. Arabs report 4 dead.
Anyone suspected of planning to cause disruptions isn't being allowed into the capital.
Netanyahu is debating tonight what to do with the Temple Mount metal detectors.
Six of the ten were arrested for hurling rocks and firebombs (Molotov cocktails) at police.
From the video it is clear, if metal detectors had been installed, police would have caught the man trying to smuggle the guns onto the Temple Mount.
A bus was targeted along with a number of cars; all were damaged by the hail of rocks.
External forces are linked with Arab leaders in Israel in efforts to start a new wave of violence.
The terrorist was shot and killed by Israeli soldiers at the scene in a stabbing attack.
The goal is to help the local population in Syria, says IDF Chief of General Staff, Lt.Gen. Gadi Eisenkot.
The soldier was sentenced to 18 months in prison but is appealing the conviction.
The video also shows what the terrorists were doing before they launched their deadly attack.
Until this week, Israel would not admit it was providing humanitarian aid to Syrians along the Israeli border.
It is not yet known if Netanyahu has agreed to capitulate to the Islamic threats of violence.
Jerusalem Mayor Barkat: 'We will maintain the rights of all worshipers and visitors to the sites. But we won’t let anyone use the mosque for the purpose of terrorism.'
The terrorist was shot and killed. Two of the three wounded soldiers were taken to Shaare Zedek Medical Center.
Jerusalem District Police Commander HaLevy says he's "determined to create a secure environment after the murder of two police officers."
The test is being carried out to make sure all parts of the system is up to date and in good repair.
Officials are now looking into the cause of the rash of fires around the country.
A military appellate court is expected to rule on both Azaria's conviction and on his sentence July 30.
Waqf officials refuse to go onto the Temple Mount... already a change for the better.