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Israelis obstruct media coverage of Al-Aqsa Mosque crisis | RSF

29.7.17

Israelis obstruct media coverage of Al-Aqsa Mosque crisis | RSF: At least ten Palestinian reporters and photographers have been injured during clashes between protesters and Israeli security forces in Jerusalem and Bethlehem since the crisis erupted on 14 July.


The cases monitored by Reporters Without Borders (RSF) include those of four journalists who were either hit directly by Israeli police or by stun or teargas grenades. Afeef Amera of the Wafa news agency was hit in the chest, while Fatima Al Bakri, a reporter for the Palestinian TV channel Al Quds sustained a slight injury to the head.


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