|Emergency services at the scene of the shooting|
Two Jordanian men have died following a shooting at the Israeli embassy in Amman, reports say.
An Israeli man is in a serious condition following the incident in a residential building inside the compound.
Police said the two Jordanians had gone to the embassy in the Rabiyeh neighbourhood of Jordan's capital to carry out "carpentry work".
The incident comes amid mounting tensions between Israelis and Palestinians over metal detectors that Israel has installed at a contested shrine in Jerusalem.
Palestinians are accusing Israel of trying to take control of the holy site - known to Muslims as Haram al Sharif and to Jews as Temple Mount - after authorities put up the detectors at its door.
The security measures were implemented by Israel after Arab gunmen opened fire from inside the shrine, killing two police officers.
Jordan is the Muslim custodian of the site and its officials have called on Israel to remove the detectors.
|An anti-Israel protest in Amman|
The country's officials have said they are open to adopting alternative security measures in order to reduce tensions, but have warned they will not remove the metal detectors.
On Friday, thousands of Jordanians took part in an anti-Israel protest in Amman.
The same day, thousands of Palestinians clashed with Israeli security forces in the West Bank and Jerusalem.
Three Palestinians were killed and dozens of others were wounded after protesters burned tyres and threw stones and firecrackers. Israeli troops responded with live rounds, rubber bullets and tear gas.