Palestinian journalists seek to impose limitations on their Israeli peers
The vast majority of Palestinian journalists are denied entry to Israel and Gaza and their movement in West Bank is restricted. To protest unequal conditions, they are boycotting press conferences where Israelis are present, unless they sign a manifesto supporting their freedom of movement.
"We roundly condemn the resort to violence on the part of soldiers and policemen against Palestinian journalists in Kfar Kadum on Friday, June 21, 2013." That is the first condemnation of its kind by the "occupied territories cell," whose members are 13 Israeli journalists specializing in Palestinian affairs in the major Hebrew-language media outlets - newspapers, radio, television and...
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