Journalists work in Gaza strip To convey to the world the catastrophic situation that the people of the Gaza Strip have been experiencing for the past 18 days due to the continuous Israeli bombing day and night since October 7.
Journalists carry their cameras and document the martyrs, wounded, destruction, and devastation left behind by the bombing, and try to convey whatever scenes they can for the world to see.
But whoever follows the clips of these journalists will find that many of them – in addition to their journalistic work – provide assistance to the wounded of all ages and rush to transfer them to the hospital. Hospitals.
These journalists in the Gaza Strip also work to alleviate the shocks that appear on children who arrive at hospitals with blood covering their faces and their limbs trembling with fear. They take care of them with the medical teams, relieve their suffering and pain, and play with them to calm their fears. Among these journalists is the content creator and photographer, Saleh Al-Jaafrawi.
Many clips of Al-Jaafrawi have spread on social media platforms of him providing assistance and support to the wounded in hospitals, especially children, caressing them and offering them assistance inside the hospital to ensure their health.
In addition to Al-Jaafrawi, there are many other examples of journalists who provide support and assistance to medical personnel, and they also provide psychological support to children, and among them is journalist and photographer Ayman Al-Jadi, who rushes to put his camera aside and assists medical teams in their work in emergency situations.
What journalists are doing has received many praises from the pioneers of social media platforms, as tweeters said that such journalists spread positivity and joy among the injured, especially children in hospitals, and put a smile on their faces, according to some of the tweets we monitored.
I kept feeling that Moataz Azaizeh and Saleh Al-Jaafrawi remained an integral part of my day. Every day, I had to wake up to make sure that they were fine, and I knew the news from them before anything else in my day.
— H✨ (@Hana_Esmat) October 23, 2023
There are many people like Moataz, people you should also thank, like Saleh Al-Jaafrawi and Ahmed Hegazy. https://t.co/tmtc8epmth
— Ghidaa Ramadan (@ghidaa_ramadan) October 23, 2023
Moataz Aziza.. Saleh al-Jaafrawi.. Ahmed Hegazy. 3 heroes on the land of Gaza, participating in all the events of the whole world. At the height of the war, they made difficult moments easy for the old and the young, and for us, whose hearts are oppressed and who have no help.. May God strengthen them, protect them, blind the enemy’s eyes to them, and grant them victory, O Lord. . 🤲🏻 pic.twitter.com/9mkdT2LtlG
— || Asmaa Eldesouky || ✍️ (@AsmaaEldesouky8) October 23, 2023
We don’t want to forget the rest
Hani Abu Rizk
— Eman (@eman_is_back_) October 22, 2023
But what is sad is that the Israeli occupation forces do not distinguish between those they bombard with their missiles, so they kill civilians, including children, women, and the elderly, and they also kill journalists who perform their duties in the field, as the Palestinian Media Forum in Gaza announced that the number of journalists who were martyred since the Israeli aggression on the Gaza Strip reached 21 journalists. .