Meanwhile, Minister of Transport Yisrael Katz announced he intends to demand that the death penalty for the terrorist who carried out the attack in Halamish that resulted in the murder of a Jewish father and his two children.
"The Quartet Envoys reiterate that violence deepens mistrust and is fundamentally incompatible with achieving a peaceful resolution of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict."
"We will fight terrorism mercilessly and without compromise," President Rivlin said.
It's the stuff that topples governments, and Prime Minister Netanyahu knows it.
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.
Police and security forces operated in the area along with firefighting crews as well.
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.
External forces are linked with Arab leaders in Israel in efforts to start a new wave of violence.
The video also shows what the terrorists were doing before they launched their deadly attack.
How will the Muslims react when they discover there security cameras have been installed too?
Islamic officials and Arab civic officials continued to place the blame for the conflict squarely on the shoulders of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
Barkat suggested the Muslim protesters direct their anger at the terrorists who established this need for the metal detectors.
The killer fired three bullets at point-blank range into the king’s head and chest as the king ascended the steps to the mosque.
On camera, her anxiety is obvious. For some reason, the Waqf official knew her name...
Muslim worshipers have continued to arrive and enter the Temple Mount area since Sunday, 24 hours a day.
King of Saudi Arabia Personally Intervenes in Temple Mount Crisis, Says Metal Detectors ‘Routine’...
“The issue of metal detection machines is a matter that has become routine in the holy places because of terrorism."
Jerusalem District Police Commander HaLevy says he's "determined to create a secure environment after the murder of two police officers."
Fatah likewise called on Palestinian Authority Arabs not to "enter into confrontations" with Israel "that cost us much blood without a result worth the price being paid."
One teen decided to be a "hero" and threw a bottle at Israeli Police forces, who quickly and quietly detained him.
Officials at the Israel Lands Authority, JNF and the Israel National Parks Authority were shocked when the sale was announced. No one was notified in advance.
The first Brit Mila ceremony in over 80 years was held in the old Yemenite Village in the Shiloach on Monday morning.
Waqf officials refuse to go onto the Temple Mount... already a change for the better.