Hamas' political chief, Ismail Haniyeh, on Wednesday urged Arab and Muslim countries to organize an "extraordinary summit" in the face of Israel's violations against Al-Aqsa.
"The metal detectors and security measures at the Temple Mount prevent terror and protect worshippers-like at religious sites everywhere", the infographic said. The Mughrabi Gate entrance for Jews and tourists already had metal detectors in place.
On Tuesday night, worshipers were joined by several Israeli-Arab lawmakers from the Joint Arab List. "We are anxious about any change to the historical situation in Al-Aqsa Mosque (Haram ash-Sharif) and its courtyard, and in the holy city of Jerusalem".
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The Waqf has called for all mosques in Jerusalem to be shut down on Friday, and for all Muslims to come to the street outside the Temple Mount to pray and protest the metal detectors.
He also said that these measures are a clear violation of global human rights law. Three perpetrators of the attack were shot dead by police in the mosque's yard. On Sunday the police chose to open the Mount compound once again, but insisted that the Muslim worshipers pass through metal detectors stationed at the entrances.
Netanyahu has received intensive lobbying from the US State Department, Jordan and Saudi Arabia to remove the new security checks, which have been boycotted by Palestinian worshippers since their introduction on Sunday and led to increased frictions. Hundreds of Muslims converged on the Old City of Jerusalem Wednesday for a fourth straight day of rioting, with violence breaking out between some of the protesters and police. The authority was not included in the Israeli decision to impose the security changes.
Jews revere the site, where the two Jewish temples stood in biblical times, as the Temple Mount. Police closed the site briefly, reopening it 15 minutes later.
"So far we have no idea what they mean by inspections, but for our part, we reject physical inspections for every person who opts to enter the mosque", he said.