"For Saturday, this is a high turnout, but al-Aqsa needs the support of all Muslims", Nabil Dumeiri, a resident of occupied East Jerusalem, told Al Jazeera.
Chaotic scenes unfolded as Israeli police used stun grenades to try to control crowds charging forward when the last gate Muslims use to enter Al Aqsa was opened after a stand-off lasting several hours.
It comes after Israel installed metal detectors and CCTV cameras outside the mosque, which is one of the most sacred Islamic sites but also stands on the holy site that Jews call Temple Mount.
The Red Crescent said tensions rose when Israeli troops closed one of the gates to the compound as a large crowd of worshippers tried to enter to pray at al Aqsa mosque for the first time in almost two weeks.
"We are making security assessments leading up to Friday prayers".
A tense standoff had been underway between Israel and Muslim worshippers at the holy site despite the removal of metal detectors on Tuesday. After the attack Israel installed metal detectors and other security measures at an entrance to the mosque compound. Some 115 Palestinians were treated for wounds both inside the compound and in the surrounding area, according to the Palestinian Red Crescent.
Almost 500 of the injuries took place in East Jerusalem alone.
A Palestinian also tried to stab soldiers at a junction in the West Bank and was shot dead by Israeli forces, the army said.
Differences over the Temple Mount/Haram al-Sharif go to the core of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and the complex is a flashpoint for violence.
Only men 50 and older were allowed into the mosque compound, while younger Palestinians prayed in nearby streets.
Police condemn Trump for endorsing police brutality
The International Association of Chiefs of Police on Police Use of Force sent out a statement regarding Trump's comments, as well. Blanks said, "the president made a mockery of the rule of law". "It was a joke".
Clashes broke out between Muslim worshippers and Israeli security forces in the Old City of Jerusalem on Thursday as the Muslim community resumed prayers inside the al-Aqsa compound.
"She was in danger of being trampled by large crowds ..." The Egyptian Al Jazeera office shut down in 2013. Seemed going ok then sound of stun grenades.
Foreign ministers from Islamic countries will meet in Istanbul on August 1 to discuss the situation at Al-Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem, the Foreign Ministry said Friday.
Israeli forces also cracked down on a rally that was staged in solidarity with the holy site near the checkpoint after Friday noon prayers, firing tear gas at the worshipers.
But facing global criticism and pressure, Israel's security Cabinet decided late Monday to remove the metal detectors. Many of them wore caps that said: "I am a Muslim". "It is like a bright day in the gloomy skies of the Arab world".
For the past two weeks, most Muslims have refused to enter, instead praying in the streets around the Old City. Now, Israel's sovereignty over the Old City of Jerusalem will be challenged with violence.
"Since the crisis, Israeli police have barred people in three ways from the city", Abu Asab said. Some 21 were transferred to hospitals in Jerusalem, it added.
Al-Quds and al-Ayyam said President Mahmoud Abbas rejected U.S. pressures on the mosque compound.
"This is not the first time".
"Israel has been aggressively oppressing the Palestinian people for years", Zimmermann told Anadolu Agency in a recent interview. The Prisoners Club alleged a number of them were beaten by police.
The panel had requested that both appear at a hearing scheduled for Wednesday, and threatened to issue subpoenas if they refused. The two said that late Monday night they issued a subpoena to compel Manafort's participation in Wednesday's hearing.
- In just two days, another baby was found dead in a hot vehicle in Phoenix, this time near 28th Street and Broadway. According to authorities, the child had been in the auto for several hours before he was found.
While several Democrats clapped when McCain cast his "no" vote, the mood remained sombre in the chamber after the defeat. From passage, the bill could go straight to the House floor for a vote, or move into a conference committee.
He and Hamburg Mayor Olaf Scholz toured the site of the attack, talked to witnesses and met with one of the hospitalized victims. Police said the man entered the supermarket and removed a kitchen knife , measuring around 20 cm (8 in) long, from the shelves.
Reports suggest Prime Minister Abe could announce a major shakeup of his cabinet as early as next week. Meanwhile, Foreign Minister Fumio Kishida will take over Inada's responsibilities, at least for now.
Niantic surely will get what's coming to them, and hopefully this will be a lesson about how not to do a big event. In my Post-mortem analysis for Niantic failed event " Pokemon GO Fest ", I covered a lot of issues the event had.
Cormier is the second-best light heavyweight in the world and one of the pound-for-pound best fighters in the sport today. I've yet to have that fight where we see me pour it all on. "My nickname came from my first fight poster".
The Boston Red Sox , yesterday traveled to Seattle, Washington to play the first of a three game series against the Mariners. The drama is mounting, the pressure is building and the Red Sox are continuing to lose games.
Desde 2010, Priebus había presidido el Comité Nacional Republicano , y se había distinguido por su capacidad de recaudación. Según medios estadounidenses, Priebus habría presentado su dimisión este jueves, algo que Trump no precisó en sus mensajes.
The airline reported $1.24 earnings per share (EPS) for the quarter, topping the Zacks' consensus estimate of $1.20 by $0.04. It worsened, as 74 investors sold WHR shares while 186 reduced holdings. 35 funds opened positions while 54 raised stakes.
As early as October, voters are likely to see increased costs as insurance companies notify people about their new rates. But that's simply not an option for a conservative base energized by its opposition to the health law.
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Opals qualify for 2018 World Cup
UConn's Crystal Dangerfield had an off game, making 1 of 9 shots for three points along with two assists and two steals. Li Yueru paced China, scoring 17 points and grabbing 12 rebounds.
Russian Federation retaliates over United States sanctions
US officials won't say how many diplomats will have to leave to reach the 455-person limit imposed by Russian Federation . Putin also spoke about an ongoing diplomatic row between Moscow and Washington which erupted last December when then U.S.
Turkey condemns North Korea's missile test
President Donald Trump has said he will not allow North Korea to obtain an ICBM that can deliver a nuclear warhead. The missile launch was meant as a "stern warning" for the United States , North Korea's state news agency said.
Call It 'Sneaky Repeal,' Not 'Skinny Repeal'
The idea being pitched by leaders is to pass it, then move into a conference negotiation between the House and the Senate. Some Republican senators had been concerned that the House would simply pass the " skinny bill" and send it to Trump.
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Schumer Praises GOP Sens For Killing 'Skinny Repeal'
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