The Israeli army has murdered 119 journalists in the Gaza Strip since a new wave of violence began on October 7, authorities in the coastal enclave denounced today.
The government information office condemned the death of Wael Abu Fannouna, general director of Al-Quds Al-Youm satellite channel, in a brief statement.
Abu Fannouna was reportedly killed in an Israeli bombing raid on Gaza City.
Two weeks ago, the Palestinian Journalists Union warned that 25 members of the Gaza Guild needed urgent medical treatment abroad.
In this context, he called on the international community to put pressure on the far-right government of Benjamin Netanyahu to force it to facilitate the departure of these people.
In early November, the union called on the United Nations and international institutions to protect press workers in the Gaza Strip.
The union's leader, Nasser Abu Bakr, sent a letter of protest to the United Nations offices in that city denouncing crimes against communicators in the area.
Since the beginning of the aggression, Israel has attacked fifty headquarters of institutions in this sector, including the offices of Al Jazeera, Palestine TV, Maan news agencies, and Al Quds and Al Ayyam newspapers.
Taken from Prensa Latina.