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IOF commits 49 violations against Journalists during June
IOF commits 49 violations against Journalists during June
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Gaza, ALRAY - Israeli occupation forces committed 49 violations against Journalists in occupied Palestinian lands during last June, Government Media Office (GMO) reported on Wednesday.

 GMO documented in its monthly report Israeli violations that varied from preventing coverage, obstructing work, arresting and summoning, trying journalists and media crews, incitement, threats and collusion with social networks, as part of the systematic occupation policy, to ban covering occupation crimes against the Palestinian people.

According to the report IOF arrests and summoned ten journalists, expelled two journalists from Jerusalem, renewed the administrative detention against two, and the report also recorded 10 cases of assault and injury against journalists with rubber bullets.

The report documented 15 cases of banning journalists from media covering, during which IOF seized 6 ID cards, including the confiscation of a memory card and a mobile phone, while it documented three cases of threatening journalists and one case of raiding house.