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Part II…The Dangers and Difficulties of Reporting From Gaza: Two Journalists Recount Their Experiences

Web ExclusiveApril 08, 2010
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We speak with two journalists who have covered Gaza extensively about the dangers and difficulties of reporting from the Occupied Territories. Mohammed Omer, an award-winning Palestinian journalist was interrogated and beaten by armed Israeli security guards on his way back home to Gaza after receiving the prestigious Martha Gellhorn Prize for Journalism in London in July of 2008, and Ayman Mohyeldin, the Gaza correspondent for Al Jazeera English, who was one of the only international journalists reporting from inside Gaza during the 22-day Israeli assault last year.

Watch Part I of this conversation here.

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