Palestinian journalist: Man shot by Israeli forces loses eye

Palestinian journalists wear eye patches in solidarity with a colleague who was shot in the eye by Israeli forces.

    Palestinians are campaigning in support of a journalist who lost his eye after being shot by Israeli forces.

    Muath Amarneh was covering a protest in the occupied West Bank when he was hit by a rubber bullet.

    The Palestinian Journalists' Syndicate says more than 100 journalists have been wounded by Israeli soldiers since January.

    Al Jazeera's Nida Ibrahim reports from the occupied West Bank.


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