Shireen Abu Akleh Was More Than a Journalist. She Was a Palestinian Symbol

'I’m afraid, of course, but at a certain point there’s no room to be afraid in journalistic work,' the Al Jazeera reporter who was killed in fighting in Jenin once said

Sheren Falah Saab
Sheren Falah Saab
Sheren Falah Saab
Sheren Falah Saab

Al Jazeera journalist Shireen Abu Akleh, who died Wednesday in a clash between Israeli forces and Palestinian militants, was known for her fearless and fair reporting, becoming a symbol of a strong Palestinian woman throughout the Arab world.

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