Jews refer to the area as the "Temple Mount," claiming it was the site of two prominent Jewish temples in ancient times.
Israel has demolished 90 Palestinian structures in the West Bank and Al-Quds (occupied East Jerusalem) since the beginning of 2014, according to the Palestinian Authority.
"The ICC prosecutor has the right to file the lawsuit regardless whether or not the country is an ICC member if he sees that crimes against humanity have been committed," Hesham Marwa, a legal member of the Syrian National Coalition said.
Revered by both Muslims and Jews, Al-Khalil's Ibrahimi Mosque complex is believed to mark the burial sites of the prophets Abraham, Isaac and Jacob.
The sit-in was staged in response to a call by Palestinian groups and leading figures to flock to the holy site to defend it against extremist Jewish groups.
Around 100 textile factories have closed doors, according to the pan-Muslim body.
This came after Israel had agreed to end the solitary confinment of a Hamas military leader.
The decision came after the Israeli Supreme Court had ruled in favor of the settlers in a legal dispute.
Seventy percent of Gaza's residents are registered as refugees with the UNRWA
The young man was transferred to hospital for treatment, the spokesman said, describing his injury as "slight."
Several extremist Jewish groups have urged followers to mark the upcoming Jewish Passover holiday by storming the mosque complex next Monday.
Palestine joined 15 international organizations since being granted 'non-member observer state status' by the United Nations.
In a Friday statement, the Al-Aqsa Foundation for Endowment and Heritage described the move as "a direct threat to the Al-Aqsa Mosque".
"We are ready to pay any price to achieve Palestinian reconciliation, but we need a cut and united position from the Palestinian Authority and an end to security coordination [with Israel]," Hamas spokesman Sami Abu Zurhi said.
Masri, who has participated in 40 international contests including the 2008 Olympics in Beijing, was denied a permit by Israeli authorities to travel to the occupied West Bank
Economy Minister Naftali Bennett, who is head of the ultra-nationalist Jewish Home party, wrote to Netanyahu calling for settlements, deemed illegal under international law, to remain part of Israel in any negotiated deal with the Palestinians.
Israeli forces frequently shoot at Palestinians who attempt to approach the border fence.
The Arab League also blamed Israel for the current impasse in ongoing peace talks with the Palestinians.
Israeli media reported that the Israeli government was planning to withhold Palestinian tax money, worth $140 million a month.
Sabah and Leila Haniyeh, who live in Beersheba, had previously requested permission to cross into Gaza for the visit and Israel had denied their request.
Around 70 Palestinians, who carry Israeli citizenships, live in Al-Araqib.