"Al-Quds is the Arabic name for Jerusalem, and Iran says the day is an occasion to express support for the Palestinians", adds the AP.
In December 2017, US President Donald Trump recognised Jerusalem as capital of Israel-a move that sparked wide worldwide condemnation, including from the UN.
Sunday's clashes came amid calls by Jewish groups for settlers to converge on the site to mark what they call the "reunification of Jerusalem".
The group of 57 countries, meeting at a summit in the Saudi holy city of Mecca, on June 1 also blasted the March 25 USA move to recognize Israel's annexation of Syria's Golan Heights, which was captured by Israel in the Six-Day War of 1967.
Friday's rally coincided with International Quds (Jerusalem) Day, an annual event marked each year on the last Friday of Ramadan.
Sinwar stated that the Grad rockets fired at Israel during the latest round of fighting in early May were of "Iranian manufacture".
Hundreds of ultra-nationalist Jews guarded by riot police streamed their way into the Jerusalem compound revered both in Judaism and Islam on Sunday, resulting in violence between police and outraged Muslim worshippers. They were led by far-right rabbi Yehuda Glick.
The rally was organized by Iranian-backed militias collectively known as the Popular Mobilization Forces. Militia leaders have vast political influence and have been striking a less inflammatory tone over the past few weeks.
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Speakers at rallies in Iran vowed that Palestinians would defeat Israel.
Iran is fiercely opposed to Israel, which it does not recognize and blames for numerous problems in the Middle East. Israel and its allies, on the other hand, accuse Iran of sponsoring terrorism and fueling tensions in the region - charges Tehran denies.
Speaking after the march in Tehran, parliament speaker Ali Larijani criticised USA -allied Gulf Arab states that have expressed support for Trump's plan.
It said the states reject any deal or plan that contravenes these rights.
The OIC also backed Saudi Arabia in the tensions with Iran, as King Salman warned that "terrorist" attacks in the Gulf region could explode global energy supplies.
In Yemen's capital Sanaa, which is held by the Iran-alligned Houthi movement and their northern stronghold Saada, "large crowds" marched to mark Quds Day, the group's Al Masirah TV said on Twitter.
The OIC summit also urged the United Sates to remove Sudan from its list of state sponsors of terrorism.