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  • Second Palestinian journalist dies of wounds from IDF sniper fire

    Ahmed Abu Hussein was shot by Israeli snipers during a protest near the Gaza-Israel border two weeks ago. He was standing at a distance from the fence and was wearing a PRESS jacket. Ahmed Abu Hussein, a Palestinian journalist based in Gaza who was shot by Israeli soldiers two weeks ago, died of his wounds on Wednesday at Tel Hashomer Hospital in central Israel. Abu Hussein is the second Gazan journalist to be killed by IDF snipers over the past month, and one of 40 Palestinians killed during the Great Return March protests. [tmwinpost] On Friday April 13, Abu Hussein,…

  • WATCH: Targeted by Israeli snipers, journalists in Gaza demand protection

    Since the Great Return March began in Gaza, Israeli army snipers have shot over a dozen Palestinian journalists — killing one, Yaser Murtaja. Journalists in Gaza talk about being shot, targeted, losing one of their own, and the solidarity they expect from journalists around the world. Since the filming of this video, a second Palestinian journalist shot by the Israeli army has died of his wounds. By Mohammed Zaanoun Mohammed Zaanoun is a photojournalist based in Gaza.

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  • 'We demand international protection for journalists in Gaza'

    The shooting death of photographer Yasser Murtaja by Israeli snipers has left no doubt among Gaza's journalists that they are being targeted. Now they are demanding solidarity from Israeli journalists on the other side of the border. By Meron Rapoport Last Friday was a difficult one for journalists in Gaza. Journalist Yasser Murtaja was shot and killed near Khan Younis during Gaza's "Great Return March" at the border with Israel, despite wearing a protective press jacket. According to reports, he was standing over 1,500 ft. from the border fence when he was killed by Israeli sniper fire. Just two weeks before his death,…

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