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Al Jazeera Journalist And Colleague Who Were Killed in Airstrike Were Terrorists

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The Israel Defense Forces (IDF) stated that two Palestinian journalists, including one working for Al-Jazeera, killed in a Gaza airstrike were also members of terror organizations.

Al Jazeera reported the deaths, condemning the airstrike, while IDF claimed the journalists were traveling with a Hamas terrorist drone operator.

IDF Chief Spokesman presented evidence showing that the journalists were linked to Islamic Jihad and Hamas, raising concerns about the involvement of Palestinian journalists with terrorist organizations. (Trending: Michelle Obama Admits Being ‘Terrified’ Ahead of 2024)

“Hamza Dahdouh, the eldest son of Al Jazeera’s Gaza bureau chief, Wael Dahdouh, has been killed by an Israeli missile strike in the western part of Khan Younis, Gaza,” reported Al Jazeera.

“Journalist Mustafa Thuraya was also killed in the attack, when the vehicle they were travelling in near al-Mawasi, a supposedly safe area towards the southwest, was struck by the missile. A third passenger, Hazem Rajab, was seriously injured,” the outlet added.

“IDF Chief Spokesman Brig. Gen. Daniel Hagari on Wednesday night presented evidence to prove that two Gazan journalists killed by the IDF on Sunday were terrorists,” The Jerusalem Post reported.

“Regarding Hamza Al-Dahdouh, the son of Al Jazeera’s chief correspondent in Gaza, Wael Al-Dahdouh, Hagari said that Israeli forces had found Islamic Jihad internal documents in their various command centers in Gaza proving he was part of their terror ranks,” continued the outlet.

The Jerusalem Post reported that Hagari claimed Thuraya was a deputy chief of a terror cell.

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