Three Palestinians from the Qalandiya Refugee Camp injured protesting Israel’s new restrictions at Al-Aqsa Mosque
Israeli officials signalled they may be open to changing the measures at the Haram al-Sharif mosque compound, known to Jews as the Temple Mount, after the installation of metal detectors at entrances following an attack that killed two policemen stoked Palestinian anger.
Israel reportedly arrests senior Hamas leaders during overnight raids in occupied West Bank
Israeli TV claims metal detectors at Al-Aqsa gates to be replaced with handheld ones
Fifty-seven people injured in clashes, 12 taken to hospital, says Palestinian Red Crescent
Following deadly shootout last week, Israel placed metal detectors at entrance to mosque compound, outraging Palestinians
Replaces earlier story 'Israeli police restrict entry of Muslims to Al-Aqsa'
South African Muslim leaders and civil rights groups condemn closure of Al-Aqsa Mosque
36 injured by rubber bullets, says Palestinian Red Crescent
4 others detained
Jerusalem grand mufti invites Palestinian Muslims to gather for mass Friday prayer on streets near Al-Aqsa Mosque
Sabri was injured by an Israeli rubber bullet on Tuesday
Imam Sabri joins other Al-Aqsa officials in calling for Palestinians to not pass through newly-installed metal detectors
Palestinians say the security measures change the delicate balance of prayer at Al-Aqsa
More than 6,500 Palestinians held in Israeli jails
The panel advances proposed bill to block division of Jerusalem for peace talks
Turkey sent tons of aid supplies to Gaza last month
Israeli authorities ordered metal detectors to be installed at gates of Al-Aqsa mosque
Five people were killed in a shootout near Al-Aqsa compound on Friday
In a brief telephone conversation, the grand mufti of Jerusalem Mohammed Ahmad Hussein confirmed he had been released, but provided no other details.
Three attackers opened fire near the Al-Aqsa mosque in Jerusalem's Old City on Friday, killing the officers, and the police immediately shot them dead in one of the most serious incidents in the city in recent years.