In Jerusalem Isauiya, after evening prayers, clashes broke out between Arab youths and police. Arab sources reported that the youth throws stones at police and firecrackers.
There is no information about the victims.
Despite the fact that the police dismantled the metal detector on the Temple mount, thousands of Muslims held a July 25 evening prayer in the area of the Lion gate, not rising to the temple mount.
The preacher of al-Aqsa mosque, as well as members of the Jerusalem Islamic Council (Waqf) throughout the day urged Muslims not to ascend the temple mount as long as Israel will not waive any additional security measures that were imposed after 14 July, when three residents of Umm El Fahm committed the attack on the Temple mount.