West Bank, ALRAY - Israeli occupation authorities closed Wednesday at dawn eight media companies in the West Bank for six months under the pretext of inciting.
Local media sources reported that the Israeli forces gave orders to close PAL Media, RamSat and TransMedia companies that work in Nablus, Hebron, and Ramallah for six months.
He pointed out that the closure decision came after the IOF stormed the headquarters and confiscated the equipment in a barbaric manner, noting that the companies work for the channels of Jerusalem, Al Aqsa and Palestine today.
Witnesses reported to the Safa agency that the IOF raided al-Maha building in Hebron, which includes several offices of various media agencies.
They pointed out that the force stormed the headquarters of Al-Quds TV, Al-Aqsa TV, Trans Media, and Pal Media in the southern city of Hebron.
It is not clear yet how much the losses in the properties.
In the northern city of Nablus, the occupation forces closed the offices of two media companies.
Sources told Safa Agency that a large force of the occupation army and civil administration supported by more than 30 vehicles stormed the Martyrs Square in the center of Nablus.
The offices of the two companies, which provide media services to a number of Palestinian and Arab satellite channels, such as Al-Aqsa TV, Jerusalem and Palestine today and al-Mayadeen.
The occupation forces hanged a decision to close these offices for 6 months, on the pretext of producing and broadcasting inflammatory materials.
Al-Shuhada Square witnessed violent confrontations between Palestinian youths and the Israeli occupation forces, many injuries reported among Palestinians.