[VIDEO] From Sheikh Jarrah to Gaza: Journalism under apartheid

The destroyed remains of the Abu al-Auf building on Wehda street (Anadolu Agency)

Al-Jazeera  /  June 12, 2021

Blockade, bombardment and Israeli occupation have not stopped Palestinians from documenting and telling their stories. Now, the world is beginning to listen.

Just days after the ceasefire in Gaza ended 11 days of bombing, The Listening Post spoke with two Palestinians who have tilted international attention towards their struggle.

LINK :

https://www.aljazeera.com/program/the-listening-post/2021/6/12/from-sheikh-jarrah-to-gaza-journalism-under-apartheid

Contributors:

Muna al-Kurd – Sheikh Jarrah resident and activist

Hosam Salem – Gaza Palestinian photographer

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