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TV Debate Ends With Smashed Studio

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A political discussion on Jordanian TV ended in a smashed-up studio as a debate on Syria got out of hand.

A program called "Between Opposing Opinions" on the 7 Stars network saw journalists Shaker Al-Johari and Mohammed Al-Jayousi discuss the Syrian crisis.

According to The Telegraph, Al-Jayousi seemingly provoked Al-Johari by calling him 'deviant' and claiming he supported the Syrian revolution. Al-Johari then accused Al-Jayousi of being bribed to support the Syrian regime. Al-Jayousi then told him to "shut up" and then all hell broke loose.

We're really hoping that they were both advocating a peaceful solution to the crisis: the irony would have been delicious.

[via The Telegraph]

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