3 fishermen were injured by Israeli bullets in the Gaza sea | Gaza News

Three fishermen were wounded this morning by the rubber-coated metal bullets of the occupation, as a result of the Israeli occupation boats attacking them in the sea of ​​Gaza City. The Union of Fishermen’s Committees said that the injured were taken to Al-Shifa Hospital for treatment.

Shireen Abu Akleh

Shireen Abu Akleh was born in Jerusalem on January 3, 1971, to a Palestinian Arab Christian family from Bethlehem.She spent time in the United States, obtaining U.S. citizenship through members of her mother’s family who lived in New Jersey. Abu Akleh’s parents died when she was younger. She has one brother The late Shireen Abu […]

Jordan condemns murder of Palestinian journalist Sherine Abu Aqleh

The Jordanian government condemned the “heinous assassination” of Palestinian journalist Shireen Abu Aqleh early Wednesday in Jenin in the West Bank. “We condemn this heinous crime that was committed in cold blood against journalists wearing press-marked uniform,” Minister of State for Media Affairs and Government Spokesperson Faisal Shboul told the Jordan News Agency (Petra). The […]

Gaza Artists Paint Mural In Honour Of Slain Al Jazeera Journalist

Palestinian street artists pay tribute to veteran Al Jazeera journalist Shireen Abu Akleh by painting her portrait on a mural in Gaza City. Abu Akleh, who was killed a day earlier while covering a raid in the Israeli-occupied West Bank, was among Arab media’s most prominent figures and widely hailed for her bravery and professionalism. […]

The Palestinian presidency puts the responsibility on the Israeli occupation for killing the journalist “Abu Aqla”

Today, Wednesday, the Palestinian presidency announced its condemnation of the execution crime by the Israeli occupation forces, of journalist Shireen Abu Akleh.The presidency also puts on the Israeli government full responsibility for this heinous crime, stressing that it is part of the daily policy pursued by the occupation against our Palestinian people, their land, and […]