Tensions have increased around the compound, which is holy to Muslims and Jews, since three Arab-Israeli gunmen shot dead two Israeli policemen outside the complex on Friday in one of the most serious attacks in the area in years.
Jordan's stance is that anything installed at the site must be approved by the Waqf, or Muslim administration, and can not change the status quo, said the official who spoke on condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to discuss the still developing situation with reporters.
Following a deadly shootout last Friday, Israeli forces closed the compound and cancelled Friday prayers in the mosque for the first time since 1969.
The centers stressed that the measures violate the right to free movement and work and are also considered as racist as Israel allows the Jews to enter the compound but bans Palestinian residents of Jerusalem al-Quds from entering or opening their shops.
The decision by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and top Israeli security officials late Saturday night to reopen the holy site to Muslim worshipers, visitors and tourists allegedly came after receiving a message from the Saudi monarch via the White House.
Tensions have mounted as Israel installed metal detectors outside the Temple Mount's nine gates over the weekend, after two police officers were fatally shot at the site revered by both Jews and Muslims.
The 14-hectare (35-acre) rectangular esplanade at the southeast corner of the Old City was seized by Israel during the 1967 Six-Day War, along with the rest of east Jerusalem, and later annexed in a move never internationally recognised.
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Fatah Central Committee Member Jamal Muhaisen said that protest is necessary until the metal detectors are removed.
Netanyahu said he had agreed to increased security measures there.
The site was to be reopened around noon on Sunday.
"When I go shopping on Friday I pass through a detector at the mall", Halevy said.
Other reports say that two pedestrians in their 60s were also wounded in the alleged car-ramming assault.
It is worth mentioning that the Israeli military said its soldiers have detained twelve Palestinians overnight; four in Nablus, three in Qalqilia, three in Hebron, and two in Abu Dis near Jerusalem.
Forty Israelis, two US tourists and a British student have been killed in Palestinian stabbings, shootings and car-rammings.