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Palestinian Journalists' Syndicate condemns Israel's aggression against members

Palestinian Journalists Syndicate in the Gaza Strip goes on strike in protest against the security officers' aggression towards their colleagues in occupied Ramallah, West Bank, 13 March 2017. [Images by Mohammad Asad / Middle East Monitor]
Palestinian Journalists’ Syndicate (PJS) protest against ill treatment of their colleagues [Mohammad Asad / Middle East Monitor]

Palestinian Journalists' Syndicate (PJS) yesterday condemned Israel's aggression on photojournalist Abdul Mohsen Shalaldeh and journalist Mohamed Melhem in occupied Hebron.

In a statement, the PJS said it would send a message to the International Federation of Journalists briefing it about the Israeli aggression.

The PJS said that it would ask the International Federation of Journalists to put pressure on Israel in order to stop its violations against Palestinian journalists.

Meanwhile, the PJS called for all international bodies to pressure Israel and occupation forces to stop their repeated violations against Palestinian journalists, noting that the violations have been increasing.

It called for the Arab Journalists' Union and the International Federation of Journalists and all other international bodies to take serious measures in order to stop the suffering of the Palestinian journalists.

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