Interior doors will be removed in West Jerusalem after an arson attack on Tuesday morning that resulted in two fatalities.
The attack, in the West Bank village of Silwan, targeted a building owned by the Israeli settlement watchdog group Yesh Din.
No injuries were reported, but the fire caused damage to the home and the interior of the building.
The fire was also reported to have been set by members of an extremist group, who had been protesting against settlement construction in the area.
The settlers, who were reportedly angered at a new settlement in Silwan and who had attacked a nearby synagogue, were arrested and charged with arson and attempted arson.
The two men were later released from custody and a court decision was issued to hold them in custody until they were sentenced.
The Israeli government said it would hold those responsible for the fire under the Anti-Terrorism Law and would bring the perpetrators to justice.
The area was home to several Jewish settlements that Israel annexed in the 1967 war.
The West Bank is the occupied West Bank and is also home to Arab villages, as well as the al-Aqsa Mosque compound, revered as the site of the second Jewish Temple.