Palestinian journalist killed in Gaza airstrike
Many of his family members were also killed in the strike
Mohammed Daher, a journalist for al-Risalah newspaper based in the Gaza strip, has died of injuries sustained when from an Israeli strike that hit his home in the strip’s Shujaiyya neighborhood, Palestinian medical sources have announced.
Many of his family members were also killed in the strike, Al Arabiya News reported on Thursday.
Daher’s death is the latest of a total of nine journalists killed in the Gaza strip since the beginning of the ongoing Israeli offensive on Gaza.
Medical sources also announced on Wednesday the death of two photojournalists working for al-Aqsa channel, Sameh al-Aryan and Rami Rayyan. They died in an attack by Israeli forces that took place in Eastern Gaza.
One of the other nine journalists killed, one, Ahed Afif Zaqout, worked as a sports commentator for several channels who was killed by an Israeli shelling attack on his house.
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