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Report Raises Concerns About Ethics of Freelance Photography Coverage in Israel

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Two photojournalists, one from Reuters and one from the Associated Press, were allegedly seen urging Palestinians to join Hamas terrorists in infiltrating Israel.

The report detailed how one journalist, working for Reuters, encouraged Gaza residents to cross the border into Israel while displaying footage of Hamas atrocities on an Instagram Live session.

The investigation also highlighted another photojournalist, working for AP and other agencies, who had been honored by Hamas leaders. (Trending: Trump Defies Court And Delivers Closing Argument At Civil Fraud Trial)

This revelation has fueled controversy around the use of photographers with ties to terrorist groups by news agencies, leading to the cutting of ties between the Associated Press and one such photographer.

The phenomenon has sparked concerns about journalists cultivating relationships with terrorists, potentially endangering their own lives.

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