Palestinian journalists protest against Israeli violations

AA / Jerusalem

Palestinian journalists on Friday demonstrated in the “Sheikh Jarrah” neighborhood in centrally occupied Jerusalem, condemning attacks and violations by Israeli occupation forces against them.

The non-government plaintiff Hillway Information Center said in a statement that “many journalists from the interior areas (Palestinians since 1979) and Jerusalem demonstrated against attacks and violations against the units. Press”.

The protesters, according to the same source, have “recently attacked more than 40 allies” and put up banners condemning Israeli attacks on Palestinian journalists such as others.

The Israeli police arrested journalist Zaina Al Halwani and journalist Wehbe Makia on Thursday, as they covered an Israeli police attack on Palestinian civilians in the Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood.

Since 13 April, hostilities in Palestinian territories have intensified following “brutal” attacks by Israeli police and settlers in Jerusalem, particularly in the Bab region since the beginning of the holy month of Ramadan. Al-Amoud, around the Al-Aqsa Mosque, and in the Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood, where Israel is trying to evict 12 Palestinian families from their homes.

At dawn on 21 May, the implementation of the ceasefire, with Egyptian and international mediation between Palestinian factions in the Gaza Strip and Israel, took effect after an 11-day-long attack.

Following the Israeli invasion, 288 Palestinian martyrs were killed, including 69 children, 40 women, and 17 elders, in addition to more than 8,900 injuries, while 13 Israelis were killed and hundreds more wounded.

* Translated from Arabic hand Abdesmadi

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