Ten offices of Palestinian media outlets were closed by Israel’s army. They allegedly disseminated "inflammatory content."
Shuttered: the offices of PalMedia in Nablus, West Bank Photo: reuters
Almost one hundred Palestinian camera and sound people, editors and television technicians have to take an involuntary vacation. Since midweek, ten offices of several media companies in Ramallah, Bethlehem, Nablus and Hebron have been under lock and key for six months, according to Israeli military orders.