Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Sunday warned of intervention by the Muslim global community over the metal detectors and ensuing clashes between Palestinian protestors and the Israeli troops.
On Sunday, the Arab League - a regional association of countries - said Israel was "playing with fire" and that "no Arab or Muslim will accept violations" against holy sites in Jerusalem.
USA authorities have seized the dark web marketplace AlphaBay
It estimated there had been more than $1 billion (860 million euros) worth of transactions on the site since its creation in 2014. AlphaBay's suspected founder, Alexandre Caze, was arrested earlier this month in Thailand at the request of US officials.
Conflicts over the holy site, home to the Al Aqsa mosque and Dome of the Rock which are revered by Muslims, have repeatedly triggered Israeli-Palestinian confrontations over the years. In Jerusalem on Saturday, Israeli forces used riot gear to disperse dozens of Palestinians who threw stones and bottles at them.
Livni said the Israeli Cabinet now needs to show leadership to prevent the scenario from happening.
Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas said he would freeze all contacts with Israel in protest over the new measures, though it wasn't clear whether that would target security coordination in the West Bank.
Israel's police reopened the mosque two days later, after installing metal detectors and surveillance cameras at the entrance of the Al-Aqsa mosque compound.
India chooses to bat after winning the toss
The minimum number of overs required to constitute a match is 20, with the cut-off point for play to start at 4:38pm (1538 GMT). She has scored 226 runs in the tournament so far and if Law of Averages is anything to go by, she is set for a big knock today.
Israeli police closed the mosque last Friday for Muslims following an attack outside its gates that left three alleged attackers and two policemen dead.
A senior Israeli government official blamed the latest round of violence on what he said was Palestinian incitement against Israel and called on Palestinian leaders to help restore calm.
Sweden, Egypt and France have requested for the UN session to "urgently discuss how calls for de-escalation in Jerusalem can be supported", said Sweden's deputy envoy to the UN, Carl Skau.
Presidential Election today: Numbers favour NDA candidate Ram Nath Kovind
Members vote in one of the 32 polling stations specially set up in the state assemblies and in parliament between 10am and 5pm. Kovind addressed the BJD MLAs and MPs at the Assembly conference hall after the chief minister's brief introduction.
"The security situation is quiet, but it is very complex and volatile, and things can develop very quickly", he added, referring to Gaza.