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Gaza reporter removes protective vest after learning of colleague’s death

A Palestine TV news anchor and a reporter broke down on air after learning their colleague was killed in an explosion in Gaza.

Mohammad Abu Hatab, a reporter for Palestine TV, died with members of his family in an Israeli strike on his home in Khan Younis, the broadcaster said.

Colleague Salman Al-Bashir learned about the killing while reporting live from outside Nasser Hospital.

“These shields and these helmets will not protect us, they are just slogans that we wear,” he said, removing his protective gear.


At least 27 Palestinian journalists have been killed in Gaza, according to the Palestinian journalists’ union, since the Israel-Gaza war began.

When questioned about Mohammad Abu Hatab’s death, Israel’s military said it does not target journalists.

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