Fresh clashes have broken out between Israeli police and Palestinians at the Al-Aqsa mosque site in Jerusalem, ahead of a planned Jewish nationalist march.
Palestinians threw stones at Israeli security forces, who fired stun grenades, according to reports.
Hundreds of Palestinians and more than 20 Israeli police have been injured in clashes over the past three days.
There are fears of more violence on Monday over the annual Jerusalem Day Flag March.
The event marks Israel’s capture of East Jerusalem – home to the Old City and its holy sites – in 1967, and usually sees young Zionists walk through Muslim areas.
It is regarded by many Palestinians as a deliberate provocation.
The latest violence follows a month of tensions, with the threatened eviction of Palestinian families a focal point.
Israel’s Supreme Court had been due to hold a hearing on Monday in the appeal of more than 70 people against an eviction order in favour of a Jewish settler organisation in East Jerusalem’s Sheikh Jarrah district, but the session was postponed due to the unrest.
What happened in the latest clashes?
Clashes broke out on at the Al-Aqsa mosque complex, one of Islam’s most revered locations. It is also the holiest site in Judaism, known as the Temple Mount.
Hundreds of Palestinians threw projectiles at security forces, who responded with stun grenades, tear gas and rubber bullets, according to AFP news agency, which reported that dozens of people had been injured.
In a statement, Israeli police said that security forces were “working to eradicate the violence on the Temple Mount, along with increased activity in other areas of the Old City”.
Monday’s clashes followed three nights of violence in the city.
On Sunday, Palestinians in the Sheikh Jarrah threw stones at Israeli police, while the officers responded by firing stun grenades and water cannon. There were more skirmishes near the Old City’s Damascus Gate.
Palestinian medics said a number of protesters were injured.