Seven Arab-Israelis, including three minors, were arrested on Friday night in Umm al-Fahm as they protested the Israeli response to riots earlier that day on Temple Mount, Israeli media reported.
The riot, attended by hundreds of people blocking the entrance to the Arab city, was in solidarity with Palestinian worshipers that were arrested and injured at the Temple Mount on Friday morning.
"We will sacrifice our lives for al-Aqsa, we will not give up al-Aqsa," protesters shouted.
Israel Police reportedly used stun grenades to disperse the protesters after they threw stones and set fires to tires in the area.
The same night, a Molotov cocktail was thrown at security forces in the village of Al-Arub, north of Hebron, according to KAN News.
United States urges restraint after Jerusalem violence
The United States is deeply concerned by the violence in Jerusalem, where at least 152 Palestinians were injured in clashes with Israeli riot police, the State Department said on Friday. Over 300 protesters were arrested in the incident.
"We call on all sides to exercise restraint, avoid provocative actions and rhetoric, and preserve the historic status quo on the Haram al-Sharif/Temple Mount," spokesperson Ned Price said in a statement.
The incident on the Temple Mount saw some Palestinians waving Hamas flags and throwing stones and fireworks toward Jewish worshipers at the Western Wall.
Jerusalem Post Staff and Reuters contributed to this report.