Jordans only kosher eatery goes belly up

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Though Israeli tourists have flooded Jordan since the two countries signed their historic peace treaty, Hindi said the 110-seat restaurant was nearly empty since opening in June.

He reportedly lost some $14,000 in the enterprise, and accused his three Israeli partners of not fulfilling their financial obligations in the venture.

One of the Israelis, Pinchas Sela, denied that allegation.