In 2018, Israeli authorities arrested around 350 Palestinians on charges of “incitement” because of their online activities.
The Committee to Protect Journalists calls on the authorities in the Hamas-controlled Gaza Strip to release them immediately.
The Israeli government must hold to account everyone responsible for killing Palestinian journalists Yaser Murtaja and Ahmed Abu Hussein in April 2018.
Since its occupation of the Palestinian territories in 1967, Israel’s complete control of ICT infrastructure in the West Bank and Gaza has impeded development and made Palestinians entirely dependent on the Israeli occupation authorities.
MADA has monitored a total of 43 attacks against journalist and media freedom in Palestine during December 2018, most of which were committed by Israeli occupation forces, with the remainder committed by Palestinians.
Louay al-Ghoul, the executive director of the Gaza branch of the Fatah-affiliated Palestinian Journalists’ Syndicate, was detained and allegedly assaulted.
Since the protests began on 30 March 2018, CPJ has documented at least 20 journalists hit by live rounds fired by Israel Defense Forces.
One of the main findings of the research is that gender-based violence in virtual space mirrors the violence in public space.
The Fatah-led Palestinian Authority in the West Bank and Hamas authorities in Gaza routinely arrest and torture peaceful critics and opponents.
Medics in the Gaza Strip said that Israeli forces are shooting at protesters and journalists with rounds known as butterfly bullets, which explode upon impact and cause severe damage.
There’s been a dramatic upsurge in the number of laws being put forth by Israeli legislators that violate the right to privacy, freedom of expression and often exhibit racist and discriminatory features.
Early morning arrests occurred after Israeli Defense Minister declared Hamas-affiliated broadcaster Al-Quds TV a terrorist organization.
Mohammed al-Baba, a photographer for Agence France-Presse, was hit by a live round fired by the Israel Defense Forces while covering a protest east of the northern Gazan city of Jabalia.
RSF formally asked the International Criminal Court to investigate what it regards as war crimes by the Israel Defence Forces (IDF) against Palestinian journalists covering protests in Gaza.