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Jordan's Arab League representative burns Israeli flag

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Khalil Atiya, a Jordanian representative in the Arab Parliament – the legislative body of the Arab League, burned the Israeli flag in the main hall of the organization in Cairo.

Jordanian authorities fear a new "Black September" scenario © Mena Today 

Khalil Atiya, a Jordanian representative in the Arab Parliament – the legislative body of the Arab League, burned the Israeli flag in the main hall of the organization in Cairo. 

Following the incident, Israel sent a protest to Jordan through diplomatic channels. 

With 60% of the population of Palestinian origin, Amman has taken a very tough stance towards Israel since the beginning of the war against Hamas.

Jordanian authorities fear a new "Black September" scenario.

The actions of some politicians are sometimes excessive.

By Net Silvan, Mena Today 

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