Several dozen Palestinian women scuffled IDF troops on the outskirts of Jerusalem on Saturday amid rising religious and political tensions in the disputed city.
The confrontation erupted at the Kalandiya crossing between the West Bank and Jerusalem.
The women chanted "Jerusalem is Arab, our eternal capital," briefly planted a Palestinian flag on one of the crossing's metal gates and tried to push through it. Israeli troops scuffled with the women and dispersed them with tear gas. At one point, a firebomb hit a military jeep and soldiers rushed to extinguish the fire.
As the women withdrew, Palestinian teens threw stones at soldiers who closed the crossing to traffic.
The military said four protesters were detained but no one was hurt.