Speaking on Monday at the start of his meeting with Georgian Prime Minister Giorgi Kvirikashvili, Netanyahu said he spoke twice overnight with Israeli Ambassador to Jordan Eynat Schlein and with the security guard. "The second, Bashar Hamarneh, a doctor who was in the residential quarter of the embassy at the time of the incident ... died of his injuries after midnight in hospital", a security source said.
Two Jordanian nationals were killed and an Israeli security official was severely was wounded, the Israeli is said to be in unstable condition.
The Jordanian news site Hala Akhbar, which is linked to the kingdom's military, quoted diplomatic and security officials as saying that Jordan refused to let the guard leave without an investigation.
He said that two Jordanians were trying to do carpenter works inside a building affiliated with the embassy when one of the Israeli embassy employers fired at them upon suspicion, killing one of the two Jordanian men and arresting the other.
Palestinians are angry over additional security measures that were introduced at the site following the fatal shooting of two Israeli police officers.
On Friday, thousands of people took to the streets in Amman to protest against Israel's installation of metal detectors at a site sacred which is also holy to Jews.
Senior Jordanian officials told the Jordan's Al-Rai newspaper that Jordanian police is still demanding to interrogate the guard.
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The scene after the attack at the Israeli embassy in Amman, Jordan.
It is believed that the Jordanian government is asking to conduct an independent investigation into the incident and has prevented Israeli embassy staff from leaving the premises. The guard was reportedly wounded.
In the past, Israel was willing to pay a high price to protect the relationship, including releasing an Islamic militant leader from prison in a deal with Jordan.
At one point one of the Jordanian workers attacked the security guard from behind and began stabbing him with a screwdriver, the spokesperson said. During the incident, the Jordanian worker was killed, but the landlord was injured as well.
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Israel installed metal detectors at entrances to the site following an attack nearby on July 14 that killed two of its policemen.
Jordan serves as Muslim custodian of the 37-acre walled compound, the third holiest site of Islam. The Israeli authorities have not commented and nearly imposed a press silence. However, it said on Monday that it had reached no decision, AP reported.