The Al-Aqsa Foundation said on Sunday it had gathered evidence showing that an East Al-Quds (Jerusalem) neighborhood risked landslides amid Israeli digging in the area.
A landslide northeast of the Ein Silwan Mosque has formed a crater next to the building, the Al-Aqsa Foundation for Waqf and Heritage said, providing images of the site.
Palestinian neighborhood Silwan lies south of the Haram al-Sharif (Noble Compound) housing the Al-Aqsa Mosque and Dome of the Rock, and is the site of Israeli archeological work that has drawn sharp criticism from residents for destabilizing their homes.
Israeli authorities annexed East Al-Quds -- regarded as the capital of a future Palestinian state ,after the Israeli war of 1967, a move never recognized by the international community.
The Al-Aqsa Foundation said the images show a network of tunnels being dug under Silwan in several directions, which intend to connect the area to Jewish facilities around the Haram al-Sharif.
Jews revere the complex as the site of the Second Temple,and some on the far-right want to rebuild the temple over the Muslim Holy site, increasing tensions over any work that could affect the sacred compound for all world's Muslims.