Israeli police briefly entered the mosque during those clashes to shut the doors and lock rioters inside.
Around 45 Israeli officials from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs forced their way into the la-Aqsa mosuqe compound through the AL-Magharbeh gate
Israel shut down three local Islamic groups, accusing them of stoking tensions at Al Aqsa Mosque in occupied East Jerusalem that has seen increased visits by Jews.
Some Jewish organizations had called on settlers to storm the Al-Aqsa compound, especially on Sunday and Monday, according to the Palestinian NGO.
In recent months, the Israeli authorities have banned several Palestinian women from entering the site for periods ranging from two weeks to several months for standing up against repeated intrusions
At least 25 Jewish settlers stormed the holy compound through the Al-Magharbeh Gate under Israeli soldiers' protection
The boy, 16, was seriously injured when he was stabbed as he walked down one of the streets in the company of some friends, Israel's Channel 2 quoted a police source as saying
Attackers are targeting everything valuable in Jerusalem, Palestinian mufti says
According to the NGO, some 1,600 Israelis – including 1,411 Jewish settlers, 104 soldiers and 83 intelligence agents – stormed the site in October alone.
Dozens of Palestinian worshipers gathered inside the complex to stand up against the incursion
The Islamic Movement said al-Khateeb's defense of the Al-Aqsa Mosque was the reason why the Israeli authorities had barred him from entering the historic city.
Israel's Public Security Minister, backed by the Israel Police and internal security agency Shin Bet, is drafting a bill to outlaw the civilian Palestinian guard 'Mourabitoun' stationed on Al- Aqsa
Tension has run high in East Jerusalem since late last month, when Israel closed the Al-Aqsa Mosque compound for several hours following the injury of an extremist rabbi
Israeli authorities allowed Muslim worshippers of all ages into the mosque following a meeting in Amman between Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, Jordan's King Abdullah II and U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry.
Cohen, who leads Israel's domestic security service, known as Shabak, had urged Knesset members not to make any more visits to the Al-Aqsa Mosque compound
The foundation said the inauguration of the halls and the tunnels would follow ten years of Israeli excavations under the Islamic house of worship
"As many as 59 settlers stormed the holy compound through Al-Magharbeh Gate under the protection of Israeli police," director-general of the Organization for Muslim Endowments and Al-Aqsa Affairs said
The decision came shortly after a meeting in Amman between Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, Jordan’s King Abdullah II and U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry.
Hamas called on Palestinians to march on Israeli army checkpoints set up in and around Jerusalem's Old City.
Israel has activated its policy of gaining an impudent victimhood and benefit from every crisis, while looking at the situations of the Middle East’s congested, helpless and spineless people, away from prudence and weak leaderships and states