Journalists DESTROY TV Studio When Debate Over Syria Gets Out Of Hand

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May 8, 2014 2:11pm PST

Well, Americans aren’t the only ones with mixed feelings on Syria. That is evidenced by these two Jordanian journalists who got into a full on brawl when their debate over Syria got out of hand.

Shaker Al-Johari and Mohammed Al-Jayousi were discussing the crisis in Syria on Jordanian TV channel 7 stars. They hold opposing views on the subject, which turned out to be a recipe for disaster.

Although most of the context of the debate is hard to discern, it appears to have gotten heated when Mr Al-Jayousi accused Mr Al-Johari of being deviant and supporting the Syrian revolution. 

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His counterpart retaliated by making quite the lofty accusation – that Mr. Al-Jayousi supports the government in exchange for money. This is understandably a heavy insult to any respected journalist who does not want their reputation tarnished by such slander.

That’s when the two began shoving the desk which separated them so hard that it eventually collapsed.

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Imagine the shock of the program’s host as the two journalists became violent, wrecking his set, and there was nothing he could do to stop them.

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Eventually, production staff had to intervene and pull the men apart before they did any more damage to themselves or the studio.

It’s not hard to understand how one could become heated over the conflict in Syria. Terrorists are running rampant, our President is happily supplying them with guns, and Christians are being persecuted for simply refusing to convert to radical Islam. Personally, I’d rather see a couple of guys who give a damn about what’s going on than a bunch of sheeple doing the bidding of Almighty Obama. How about you? Sound off in the comments section!

H/T: Daily Mail

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