Speaking to Jordanian newspaper Al Ghad in an interview published Wednesday, Jawawdah said he was also willing to give up "his rights concerning his son" in return for the release of 16 Jordanian prisoners from Israeli jails.
Jawawdah told the paper he met on Monday night with Jordan's Interior Minister Ghaleb Zu'bi, who promised to convey his request to more senior government officials.
He said he was surprised the Israeli security guard was allowed to leave the country only hours after the interior minister assured him the guard would be prevented from doing so by any means necessary.
The father also criticized the video released by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's office showing Netanyahu meeting with the security guard and patting him on the back.
"Netanyahu patted the murderer's back and it didn't seem like there were any signs of violence to indicate he was stabbed," Jawawdah said.
Jawawdah said both the driver who works for him and the building's security guard—both of whom witnessed the altercation—are still being questioned by authorities.
His relatives painted an Israeli flag on the ground at the entrance to his son's mourners' tent, so visitors could step on it.
After the incident on Sunday night, dozens of family members of the attacker gathered in Asharq Al-Awsat square in Amman to protest his death. They demanded that the Jordanian government release all details of the investigation and sentence the shooter to death. Jordanian security forces dispersed protestors using tear gas.
In an interview with Jordanian television station Ro'ya TV, the stabber's father insisted his son did not know the nationality of the man who killed him and that he was a regular customer who bought furniture from them.
Israel Police to question security guardAccording to the Vienna Convention, of which Israel is signatory, diplomats are immune from prosecution in the host country. However, upon their return to Israel, authorities are obligated to investigate the allegations against them.
In line with that, the embassy security guard will be questioned by the Israel Police—likely under caution as he is suspected of manslaughter—and the findings of the investigation will be passed on to Jordanian authorities.