Two journalists working for Qatari-based tv community Al Jazeera have been injured in a missile strike on southern Gaza, the channel has reported.
Chief correspondent Wael al Dahdouh and cameraman Samer Abu Daqqa had been reportedly wounded after a drone fired a missile at a school-turned-shelter within the southern metropolis of Khan Younis.
Shrapnel from the assault hit Mr Dahdouh in his proper arm. He was later taken to Nasser hospital for therapy, based on the channel.
It comes a month-and-a-half after Mr Dahdouh’s spouse, 15-year-old son, seven-year-old daughter and his grandson had been killed in an obvious Israeli airstrike.
His household was in search of refuge in Nuseirat camp within the centre of Gaza when their house was reportedly struck by Israeli forces.
Mr Daqqa additionally suffered shrapnel accidents and had not but been reached by paramedics, Hani Mahmoud, one other Al Jazeera journalist, reported.
“The ambulance finds it very tough to get to him and to save lots of him,” he stated.
Al Jazeera’s managing editor, Mohamed Moawad, stated in an announcement on X, previously Twitter: “We enchantment to the worldwide journalistic group, the Worldwide Committee of the Crimson Cross (ICRC), and humanitarian organisations to swiftly coordinate the evacuation of our injured journalist trapped inside a faculty.
“The gravity of the scenario calls for rapid consideration to make sure the security and well-being of our colleague!”
The Worldwide Federation of Journalists stated it’s “deeply shocked” after listening to concerning the assault, including: “We condemn the assault and reiterate our demand that journalists’ lives should be safeguarded.”
At the least 56 Palestinian, 4 Israeli and three Lebanese journalists and media staff have been killed since 7 October, based on figures compiled by the Committee to Defend Journalists (CPJ).