"An Israeli security officer at the embassy in Amman was stabbed by a Jordanian worker who had entered the embassy compound for routine furniture replacement".
Ghaleb al-Zuabi, Jordan's interior minister, had said the "dead [man] had attacked the Israeli guard with a screwdriver who shot him in self-defence".
The mosque's installation has triggered the bloodiest clashes with Palestinians in years. The Israeli foreign ministry censors information. Safadi called Israel's handling of the guard's return a "disgrace", commenting, "It would be appropriate if Israel acted diplomatically".
King Abdullah also described the congratulations given to the security guard by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu as "provocative".
There are different versions of how the Jordanians were killed.
Image caption The heavily protected embassy is in the Rabiyeh neighbourhood, an affluent part of Jordan's capital.
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Israeli security forces stand guard as Palestinian worshippers pray outside Jerusalem's Old City in front of the Al-Aqsa mosque. The three Israelis stabbed to death and a fourth who was wounded were from the fenced-in West Bank settlement of Neve Tsuf.
She said the orthopaedic surgeon, who was married and has two children and in his late 40s, had gone to help a Jordanian teenager who had been shot during an argument with an Israeli guard.
Reports said the owner of the residential building used by the embassy was hit with a stray bullet and killed.
Israel claims that the guard had been defending himself in a "terrorist attack" after Jawawdah attacked him with a screwdriver. Israel removed the devices early Tuesday after talks with Jordan.
Many Jordanians have accused the authorities of abdicating sovereignty by allowing the Israeli guard to leave the country, with lawmakers walking out of parliament in protest.
People attend the funeral of Mohammad Jawawdah, killed by an Israeli embassy Guard in Amman, on July 25, 2017, Jordan.
"The killer was smuggled and it was another insult when the prime minister welcomed him while he is a murderer and killer", said Khaled Habashneh, one of the protesters on Friday. Abbas deserves an entire column of his own detailing his irresponsibility in almost every aspect of this drama, including his continuing dissembling over alleged threats to the Temple Mount status quo and his shockingly irresponsible and unsafe invitation to the Tanzim militia to lead mass protests this Friday.