Pro­test­er with Pales­tin­ian flag self-immo­lates at Atlanta build­ing hous­ing Israeli Con­sulate

Two peo­ple were hurt at a build­ing in mid­town Atlanta on Fri­day after­noon after a pro­test­er set them­selves on fire out­side the build­ing.
The pro­test­er arrived around 12:17 p.m. and was car­ry­ing a Pales­tin­ian flag. The pro­test­er suf­fered severe burns and was trans­port­ed to Grady Memo­r­i­al Hos­pi­tal in crit­i­cal con­di­tion, police announced at a press con­fer­ence, accord­ing to Fox 5 Atlanta.
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A guard attempt­ed to inter­vene but was unsuc­cess­ful, receiv­ing burns to the leg and wrist. The guard’s exact con­di­tion was not announced. Agents from the Bureau of Alco­hol, Tobac­co, Firearms and Explo­sives and FBI respond­ed to the scene, as did Atlanta fire and police depart­ments.
Emer­gency offi­cials said the Pales­tin­ian flag was found at the scene and that gaso­line was used as an accel­er­ant by the pro­test­er to set them­selves on fire.
Atlanta Police Depart­ment Chief Darin Schier­baum said Fri­day that the inci­dent was not a ter­ror­ist act but did describe the inci­dent as an “extreme act of polit­i­cal protest.”
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The Israeli Con­sulate and sev­er­al busi­ness­es are locat­ed at 1100 Spring St. NW. The Con­sulate Gen­er­al of Israel Atlanta told Atlanta News First that every­one in their office is OK and that they are still inves­ti­ga …