At Least Three Palestinians Shot Dead Amid Jerusalem Clashes

Liberman also railed against Abbas for not condemning the Palestinian terror attack on Friday night that killed three members of the same family as they sat at their Shabbat table.

Another 18-year-old Palestinian sustained fatal injuries in the West Bank town of Abu Dis when a petrol bomb exploded prematurely, the ministry added.

Hamas said the attack was in response to the violations against the Jerusalem residents and Al-Aqsa Mosque and warned that the Israel government would bear the consequences of its "racial and radical policy" against Palestine.

Tensions have risen since police installed the metal detectors in a move Palestinians and other Muslims perceive as a means for Israel to assert further control over the site.

In a post on Facebook, the stabber said he was deeply concerned about the recent violence at the Al-Aqsa Mosque in annexed East Jerusalem and wanted to protect it.

Several are dead and more than 100 wounded after violent clashes Friday in Jerusalem over new security measures at some of the city's most sacred holy sites.

The sheer scale of the risks involved was made clear on Sunday morning when the Palestinian president, Mahmoud Abbas - who has long threatened to end security cooperation with Israel - cancelled a planned security meeting after announcing he was cutting all contacts.

Israeli police spokesman Micky Rosenfeld said four officers were injured in the sporadic clashes and the Palestinian Red Crescent ambulance service said at least 377 protesters had been hurt, some suffering from tear gas inhalation.

Erdogan urged Israel to act in accordance with worldwide law and?human values? while avoiding use of violence and said the Muslim world will not remain silent over what he called?violations? at the temple compound.

Israeli police throw stun grenades during an outdoor Muslim prayer service in Jerusalem's Old City on Friday.

Israel made a decision to install the metal detectors at the entry to the shrine on Sunday.

The UN Security Council will hold an urgent meeting on Monday morning to discuss the violence unfolding in Jerusalem, diplomats said.

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