1. Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu at cabinet meeting
2. Ministers at cabinet meeting
3. SOUNDBITE (Hebrew) Benjamin Netanyahu, Israel's Prime Minister:
"The security forces have been operating since Friday in the area of the village which the terrorists came from, and they are getting ready to demolish their homes. We revoked the permits we approved for Palestinians visiting Israel for Ramadan. I instructed the police to increase the security measures and screening at the entrance to Damascus Gate."
4. Close of Netanyahu
5. SOUNDBITE (Hebrew) Benjamin Netanyahu, Israel's Prime Minister:
"Instead of condemning the attack, the Fatah organisation, headed by Abu Mazen (Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas) published a message in which it condemns Israeli border police fighters who killed the terrorists, and praises the murderers as heroes. It seems there is no limit to the lies and audacity. The Palestinian Authority is of course refusing to condemn the murder, the same (Palestinian) Authority will pay compensations and money to the families of the murderers. I call the nations of the world to condemn the murder and those how praise and demand the immediate cessation the payments by the Palestinian Authority to families of terrorists, something that only encourages terror."
6. Cabinet meeting in progress
7. Sign reading (Hebrew and English) "Prime Minister's Office"
8. Border police patrolling at Damascus Gate
9. Palestinians walking in street
10. Border police checking Palestinian woman ID
11. Close of border police holding ID
12. Wide of Border police checking Palestinian woman ID, ultra-orthodox Jewish man on bicycle riding toward Damascus Gate
Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Sunday Israeli security forces are getting ready to demolish the homes of those who carried out Friday's attack in Jerusalem in which a female police officer was killed.
During his weekly cabinet meeting, Netanyahu accused Mahmoud Abbas, Fatah and the Palestinian Authority of supporting the "murderers" and paying compensation to their families.
Netanyahu said permits for Palestinians visiting Israel during Ramadan had been revoked and he had ordered an increase in security measures and screening at the Damascus Gate.
Three men armed with an automatic weapon and knives killed a young female officer on duty near Jerusalem's Old City in near simultaneous attacks at two locations Friday evening, before they were shot and killed.
The Islamic State (IS) group issued a statement taking responsibility for the stabbing and shooting attacks Friday evening.
But Hamas spokesman Sami Abu Zuhri said "the attack was carried out by three Palestinians, two PFLP members and a Hamas member," adding that IS claims that it carried out the attack are meant to sow confusion.