The Palestinian journalists' association (PJS), through the intensive use of toxic gases and bombs that caused the rise of PJS president Nasse Abu Baker, Strongly condemned the march, by a tearing gas bomb that targets his shoulders and causes many others to choke. Adriana Hurtado, one of the victims, the executive committee of the International Press Association of Colombia, and fellow journalist Manal Khamis, a PJS officer, had to move to a medical clinic.
PJS regarded brutal assaults on marches announced before the arrival of Jerusalem as an international media identification and participation of the IFJ president as a raging attack on all journalists worldwide, ignoring all international agreements, taking all the occupation, including Jerusalem A clear violation of the journalists who can work and move freely in the Palestinian territories.
PJS argued that this assault, which was held in front of world journalists' leaders, is a arrogant expression of the Israeli state's occupation and racial discrimination.
PJS is also a clear message to the world that there is a free voice that keeps the Palestinian rights and a poor attempt to disrupt reporters to uncover crimes committed against Palestinians. Violence and power are the only logic that job status understands and practices .
PJS emphasized that the attack did not affect the agenda of IFJ meetings and international conferences. In addition, regardless of price, it does not interfere with the performance of journalists.
The Palestinian Development and Media Freedom Center (MADA) blamed Israeli troops for unwarranted terrorist attacks on Palestinians and international journalists. Many of them breathed in tear gas bombs.
A group of journalists joined a peaceful march near the Calandia checkpoint north of the occupied Jerusalem, organized by a Palestinian newspaper reporter syndicate in front of the Calenian refugee camp, expressing its solidarity with Israeli journalists and the right to freely pass through the checkpoints of Israel did. But according to PNN, the occupation army met these needs with stunned grenades and tear gas containers, and caused a group of journalists, including guest journalists, to attend the meeting in Ramallah. â € "Despite the fact that they check the identity with the press vest and raise the IFJ card.
This march included dozens of local journalists, as well as several journalists from the International Federation of Journalists and members of the League of Arab Journalists. Everyone attended Ramallah's international press conference and tried to get the title "Fire Under UnderJournalists."
Israeli occupation forces repressed protesters 300 meters away from the Qalandia checkpoints by launching gas bombs at launchers mounted on military vehicles, killing dozens of reporters. Adelie Wahbzgilat, Chairman of the Freedom Committee of IFD, Adriana Journalist, Member of the Executive Committee of the Colombian Federation, Manal Khamis, Secretary General of the Palestinian Press Assembly, took medical care for medical treatment. Nasser Abu Bakr, head of the Palestinian journalist syndicate, was also hit by gas bombs on his right shoulder.
The MADA Center has assured its citizens of the right to peaceful assembly and protest, but the Palestinian people and especially the journalists are still exposed to this blatant violation by the Israeli army.
Therefore, MADA is seriously concerned about violent assaults, and reiterates that the international relations with the occupying countries as an innocent culture and a pre-emptive country enjoyed by the Israeli army is the main reason for sustaining such an attack.
The Center called on all countries to attack Israel's reporters who expressed responsibility for Israel and expressed their peaceful views through international organizations such as the United Nations and the UN Security Council.
11/18/18 Israeli soldiers wounded Palestinians and international journalists near Jerusalem