If I was fired for walking out on the job but others who had done the same are still employed can i use that as means to have my unemployement reinstated ?

I was fired from my job because i chose to walk out from a meeting with my manager because I felt that if stayed the situation might escalated and i would have been fired. Two of my co-workers had walked out previously and both kept their jobs so
I had no reason to believe I would lose my job but not only did i lose my job I also was denied my unemployement benefits after they had been granted because my employeer called my walking out willful misconduct .

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