Palestinian journalist, family killed in 'Israeli airstrike' in Gaza

Palestine

Published: 2023-10-10 14:20

Last Updated: 2024-02-29 18:32


Palestinian journalist, family killed in 'Israeli airstrike' in Gaza
Palestinian journalist, family killed in 'Israeli airstrike' in Gaza

Palestinian journalist Salam Mema, along with her husband and three children, were martyred in an Israeli Occupation airstrike that targeted their home in the Jabalia refugee camp, according to Roya's correspondent.

This brings the total number of journalists martyred in Gaza since the beginning of 'Operation Aqsa Typhoon' to eight.


Also Read: Seven journalists martyred in Gaza since start of Operation Aqsa Typhoon


The journalists were identified as Ibrahim Lafi, Mohammad Jarghoun, Mohammad Al-Salehi, Asaad Shamlakh, Saeed Al-Taweel, Mohammad Rezq Sobh, and Hisham Al-Nawajha.

The unit stated Tuesday that it has documented dozens of Israeli Occupation attacks on journalists and media outlets.

More than 10 journalists have been injured to varying degrees, and contact has been lost with two colleagues, Nadal Al-Wahidi and Haitham Abdulwahid.

According to the Media Monitoring and Follow-up Unit, the homes of journalists Rami Al-Sharafi and Basel Khair Al-Deen have been targeted and completely demolished.

Numerous journalists' residences have suffered partial damage, while the headquarters of many media institutions have been affected both partially and completely due to the shelling of residential buildings and towers, including the Palestine and "Watan" towers.

Over 40 media office locations have been identified as damaged, according to the unit.