Here is the only place I could find this story in English, from The Algemeiner last Friday:
Before Jerusalem becomes the stage for the US-led peace talks between Israel and the Palestinian Authority next Wednesday, an Israeli Knesset committee will meet on Sunday to tackle a question religious Jews have been asking since 1967, when Israel gained control of the Temple Mount and left authority over the religious hotspot in the hands of the Muslim Waqf Council.
The confounding issue of Israeli police not allowing Jews to pray on the Temple Mount is being taken up by Likud lawmaker Miri Regev’s Interior Committee, according to The Temple Institute’s Rabbi Chaim Richman, who led a prayer vigil at the Temple Mount as a peaceful protest this week.
While I see one Hebrew source saying that the Knesset will discuss opening the Mount to Jews during the Jewish holidays next month, even it doesn’t mention anything about allowing Jews to pray there. Neither does the Knesset website, which similarly says that the mere half-hour discussion is about allowing Jews to visit during the High Holiday period but nothing explicitly about prayer. (It is followed by a half hour about security at Kotel HaKatan.)
However, this is huge news in the Arab media worldwide.
The headline in the Khaleej Times (UAE) is “‘Knesset’ discusses today to legitimize the desecration of Al Aqsa.” The article says that the discussion will also include whether to open all of the gates to the Temple Mount to Jews, not only the Moroccan Gate.
I see over a dozen Arabic articles from Egypt to Moscow similarly warning that the Knesset may allow Jews to pray on their holiest site.
Today was the first time Jews were allowed to visit the Temple Mount since the middle of Ramadan about two weeks ago.
Some of the visitors noticed some evidence that the Waqf had engaged in illegal demolitions with earth-moving equipment while Jews were barred from the area.