Israel is being condemned for carrying out air raids on a building that housed the offices of Al Jazeera, The Associated Press, and other international media in Gaza.
Staff and families living in apartments in al-Jalaa tower were given only an hour’s warning to leave.
Footage of the destruction was shown live on television and on social media, a platform that Palestinian activists are using extensively to show the impact of the conflict.
So what’s the effect when news on the Israel-Palestine conflict is restricted?
And in an age of online information, can anyone control the message?
Presenter: Mohammed Jamjoom
Nour Odeh – Political analyst
Arsen Ostrovsky – CEO of The International Legal Forum
Saleh Hijazi – Deputy regional director for the Middle East and North Africa at Amnesty International