RIYADH (AFP) - The Organisation of the Islamic Conference condemned on Sunday the Israeli police action at the Al-Aqsa Mosque compound in Jerusalem, warning that it could have a dangerous outcome. Israeli police said they entered the compound after Palestinian demonstrators threw stones at visitors to the holy site. This is a violation of all Muslim sanctuaries, Ekmeleddin Ihsanoglu, Secretary-General of the OIC, said in a statement. He said frequent Israeli breaches of the mosque compound, known to Muslims as Al-Haram Al-Sharif (the Noble Sanctuary) and to Jews as the Temple Mount, are very dangerous and could lead to a negative outcome. He called on the global Islamic community to take a stand to defend Islamic holy sites, and warned that any damage to the mosque could have unpredictable consequences for international peace and security. The OIC late on Sunday said in a statement it had called an extraordinary meeting for November 1 in Jeddah of its executive committee, which groups Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Syria, Malaysia, Senegal, Uganda and Tajikistan. The meeting, to which the Palestinians and Morocco - the chair of the OICs Al-Quds (Jerusalem) committee - have also been invited, will study all means available to counteract the Israeli violations, the statement said. It will also seek ways to put an end to Israeli aggressions at Al-Aqsa and protect, in cooperation with the international community, Christian and Muslim holy sites in Jerusalem. Jordan also demanded Israeli police stop entering mosque compound, warning that dangerous provocations by the Jewish state threaten peace efforts in the Middle East. Jordan, which signed a peace treaty with Israel in 1994, is deeply concerned about developments in Jerusalems flashpoint site, Information Minister Nabil Sharif said. Such dangerous provocations obstruct chances for peace and stability in the region, Sharif, who is also government spokesman, added in a statement. They are illegal. They would create more violence and tension.