Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has made a decision to keep the metal detectors after a July 14 terror attack in which three armed Arab-Israelis emerged from the holy site and shot dead two police officers standing at the Lions Gate, an access point to the compound.
The United Nations Security Council plans to meet on Monday to discuss the bloodiest spate of Israeli-Palestinian violence for years.
"The Quartet envoys reiterate that violence deepens mistrust and is fundamentally incompatible with achieving a peaceful resolution of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict", said the statement.
Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas suspended all contact with Israeli officials until the barriers at the site are removed.
On July 14, three Israeli policemen were shot near Temple Mount and two of them were dead.
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A Palestinian man runs in front of an Israeli military machinery during clashes with Israeli troops in the West Bank village of Khobar near Ramallah July 22, 2017.
On Friday, Arab neighborhoods around the Old City of Jerusalem became the scene of clashes between Israeli police and Muslims, which gathered near the Old City to go to the Temple Mount and pray in Al-Aqsa mosque.
Kushner has been given a large portfolio and not only has he been tasked with efforts to broker peace between Israel and the Palestinians but he has also been tasked with reshaping the way the the entire federal government works.
It is "unacceptable" that Israel imposed new restrictions including placing metal detectors at the entrance to the Al-Aqsa compound, President Erdogan said in a written statement released on the Presidency website.
A Palestinian sneaked into a home in the Israeli settlement of Halamish in the West Bank after nightfall on Friday and stabbed to death three Israelis, the military said. In the days leading up to Friday, Palestinian leaders had called for a "day of rage" to protest what they feared as an Israeli violation of the status quo regarding governorship of the site.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Israel is holding contacts with senior officials in Jordan to end the crisis quickly and peacefully. Israeli police said they were investigating the charge.
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