UN Middle East peace envoy Wennesland says that he is alarmed at the violence, as Israeli army launched shoulder-fired rockets amid ferocious gunfire.
Thousands of Palestinians gathered at Islam's third holiest site for the first Friday prayer of the Islamic month of Ramadan, as tensions with Israeli police remained under control.
The United Nations mission in Mali said it would deploy additional troops to secure areas where the attacks took place and intensify existing patrols.
Police said they carried out 10 raids and seized an abundance of material and substances they believe could be used to make explosives.
The operation came just a day after at least 23 soldiers were killed in a Daesh attack that targeted two military checkpoints in the region.
British police conducted more raids and detained more people in connection with the attack.
The raids were carried out in Ankara, Istanbul, Adıyaman, Konya, Manisa, Samsun, and Gaziantep, Kocaeli, Bursa.
Palestinians have accused Israel of using excessive force and say that some of those killed over the past year posed no threat or had no intention of attacking anyone.
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