Two Jordanians have been killed and an Israeli wounded in an incident next to Israel's embassy in Amman, BBC News reports.
The security official, who sustained light wounds, defended himself by firing at the terrorist. The decision to keep the embassy closed Monday was made over the weekend, in light of the statements made by Turkish government officials over the tensions on Har HaBayis, the sources said. The statement identified him as "a physician who was at the scene of the shooting".
In light of the tension, Israel kept its embassy in Ankara, Turkey, closed Monday. "We are a step away from the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and cooperation with Jordan and other Sunni states turning into a pan-Muslim event against the State of Israel", Livni said.
However, early this morning, it was revealed that Israel wanted to ban on reporting yesterday's incident to make time to question the security guard. Besides the security guard, the landowner of the building and the two delivery workers were present.
In another sign of the tense atmosphere, a Palestinian assailant stabbed an Arab citizen of Israel in the neck in central Israel, apparently mistaking him for a Jew, police said.
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Israeli police officers detain a Palestinian youth outside the Lion's Gate near the Al Aqsa Mosque compound in Jerusalem's Old City, Sunday, July 23, 2017. The three terrorists used the al-Aksa Mosque on the Mount to get the guns for their attack.
"I was impressed that she is handling the matter in the best way possible", Netanyahu said.
Two Jordanians later died, according to the agency and the news site Hala Akhbar, linked to the Jordanian military. The Palestinians were suspected of preparing attacks in the immediate future or of being members of the militant group Hamas, the official said.
At Jordan's request, the Arab League will convene on Wednesday in Cairo to discuss the situation.
CNN's Oren Liebermann reported from Jerusalem, Kareem Khaddar reported from Istanbul.