ZAKA is the responsible organization in the country for recovering bodies and other remains of people killed during terrorist attacks, accidents and natural disasters.
After Temple Mount opened to men under 50, thousands come to al-Aksa.
A senior administration official said that the president's team "continues to be engaged in this situation at the highest levels."
The tensions in Jerusalem have kindled protests in Turkey. Turkish media said some protesters kicked the doors and threw stones at a synagogue in Istanbul.
Rabbi said that if forced to chose between obeying the law and pursuing justice "of course I'm going to violate the law."
Jewish Temple Mount activist groups posted pictures of the site completely empty on Monday morning.
Minister of Internal Security told Army Radio that "the IDF, the Shin-Bet and the Police were involved in the decision-making process, and none of them objected."
There is nothing better to set the Arab world on fire than false claims that the Jewish state is altering the status quo on the Temple Mount.
The Palestinians have repeatedly violently violated the Temple Mount in recent years.
The first small group of Jewish visitors that entered the compound on Monday morning said the Mourners Kadish prayer for the fatalities in Friday's attack.