Israel criticised for crackdown on journalists covering al-Aqsa

Israeli security forces are being criticised for an apparent crackdown on journalists who covered the protests and clashes.

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    Israeli security forces are being criticised for an apparent crackdown on journalists who covered the protests and clashes over security measures at Al-Aqsa Mosque compound in occupied East Jerusalem last month. They are now facing legal action over alleged heavy-handed tactics that sent some journalists to the hospital.


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