TORONTO, Nov. 11, 2023 /CNW/ – Journalists for Human Rights (JHR) mourns the tragic loss of life of 40 journalists and media workers and so many civilians in the Middle East and are gravely concerned by the escalating humanitarian crisis that is causing widespread suffering.
When the number of journalists killed gets high, the individual tragedy of each life is often lost. 40 journalists are dead. 40 people who had families that loved them. 40 people lost their lives simply by doing their jobs.
These 40 people are:
Yahya Abu Manih
Mohamed Abu Hassira
Mohamed Al Jaja
Mohammed Abu Hatab
Majd Fadl Arandas
Yasser Abu Namous
Ahmed Abu Mhadi
Mohammed Imad Labad
Khalil Abu Aathra
Yousef Maher Dawas
Mohamed Fayez Abu Matar
Ibrahim Mohammad Lafi
JHR remains concerned about the safety of journalists in the Middle East and those covering conflicts in Europe and Africa. JHR denounces the violence against innocent civilians, supports upholding international humanitarian law and calls for every effort to be made to safeguard Journalists around the world.
Every effort must be made to prevent further violence and devastation of lives and livelihoods. We hope that peace and stability prevail.
Our thanks to CNW Group for their partnership.
Journalists for Human Rights (JHR) trains journalists worldwide to cover human rights issues ethically and objectively. For 21 years, Canada-based JHR has worked with over 19,000 journalists around the world. Currently, JHR operates sector-wide programs in over 16 countries. For additional information about Journalists for Human Rights, please visithttps://jhr.ca/and follow @jhrnews on Twitter.
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