Protests, violence and anti-Semitic attacks were on the rise after Donald Trump's decision to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.
Turkey's president accused the United States of stoking tensions between Israel and Palestinians.
North Korea expressed "firm support and solidarity for Palestinians and Arab peoples struggling to win their legitimate rights."
Iran's powerful allies prepared responses to Trump's Jerusalem speech.
Allies of the president's son-in-law, Jared Kushner, apparently don't think this spells an end to the peace process.
U.S. embassies in the Middle East and Europe issued warnings to Americans traveling or living there.
The president said his decision was “nothing more or less than a recognition of reality.”
As Trump’s upcoming decision threatens regional stability, an Israeli military official said the country has not seen an exercise of this scale in 25 years.
Leaders from across the Arab world have condemned Trump’s decision, and some American Jews agree with the criticism.
Tensions rose in the Middle East as the Trump administration remained undecided over its position on Jerusalem.
"Any decision to move its embassy there would be "a flagrant attack on the city by the American administration," Hamas said.
Will Trump end the Israeli-Palestinian peace process?
"Considering that a Torah ark was discovered in a house next door, the clues suggesting that this is a mikve are starting to add up.”
The system of beehive-like tunnels stretch more than half a mile beneath the cemetery and have been excavated over the past two years.
The holy site is a dangerous weapon in the hands of extremists and political Islam.
Israel says metal detectors will remain at the contested site.
The three gunmen killed two policemen at the holy site, leading to the introduction of controversial metal detectors.
Israeli police chased down and shot and killed the gunmen involved in the shooting at the holy site.
Donald Trump became the first sitting U.S. president to visit the holy site, after a fraught diplomatic lead up to his trip.
The 17-year-old assailant stabbed two ultra-Orthodox men before stabbing a police officer.
Israeli officials said the issue was barely discussed on the 30-minute call, and diplomats said their understanding was that it was being pushed down the agenda, at least for now.