Israeli court extends the detention of two Palestinian journalists

Israeli court extends the detention of two Palestinian journalists

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An Israeli court has extended the detention of Palestinian journalists Amir Abu Aram and al-Aqsa TV reporter Alaa al-Titi until Monday, accusing both journalists of "inciting violence through Facebook and working with a banned media organization."

"The Offer court extended the detention of my husband and his colleague Alaa al-Titi on charges of incitement through Facebook and working in a banned media organization," said Juman Abu Arram, wife of the detained journalist in a statement to Gaza Center for media freedom reporter.

For the benefit of the agency Ramattan, which in turn sells them to satellite channels, including Al-Aqsa.

The Israeli occupation forces arrested the two journalists Amir Abu Aram and Alaa Titi correspondent Al-Aqsa TV in October 2009, after storming their houses in the occupied West Bank.

 

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