Lawmakers in the Netherlands passed a bill to stop arms exports to the Gulf Kingdom.
More than 635,000 Syrian refugees are registered in Jordan.
The Jordanian leader addressed European parliament about the root of Islamic extremism in region.
Jordan's King Abdullah appealed to American lawmakers last week for greater U.S. support.
Jordan's ambivalence toward ISIS and Al-Qaeda makes it unlikely it will maintain its tough stance.
The killing was intended to frighten off neighboring leaders—but may have hardened their resolve.
King Salman's first acts as monarch signal how he may differ from his liberalizing late brother.
Islamic State supporters claimed the group had attacked a border post before vanishing into a nearby town.
The new king will continue reforms, even if not at the pace the West would like.
Abdullah died early on Friday morning, but there will be no official period of mourning for him.
The world's top oil exporter has a new ruler leading the uncertainty in the oil market.
King Salman, thought to be 79, has been crown prince and defense minister since 2012.
The kingdom's concerns come at a time when King Abdullah's health appears to be deteriorating.