On Sunday evening, July 23, in Jerusalem held a meeting of the military-political Cabinet. Ministers will have to decide whether to leave the metal detectors at Temple mount.
The Cabinet meeting takes place against the backdrop of the terrorist attack in the settlement of Halamish, in which were killed three people, as well as the ongoing unrest in the Old city of Jerusalem and the Arab neighborhoods of the city.
In front of the building, where the Cabinet meeting, rally, several dozen right-wing activists demanding government action in response to the terrorist attack.
As previously reported, on the night of Sunday, July 23, Israel had installed surveillance cameras at the ascent to the temple mount. This decision was taken after a meeting Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu with Minister of internal security by Gilad Erdana, the inspector General of police, Roni Allaham, head of the General security service (Shin bet) Nadab Aramana, representatives of the Council for national security. However, we decided not to remove the metal detectors before the meeting of the military-political Cabinet. The meeting also decided to leave stationed in Jerusalem police forces in high alert.