Al Jazeera cameraman Samer Abu Deqa has passed on from wounds supported in an Israeli airstrike on Khan Younis in southern Gaza, the Telecom company said Friday. 메이저놀이터
Daqqa had been caught in a Haifa school, where he was dealing with task when it experienced harsh criticism, the organization said prior Friday. Ambulances couldn’t arrive at the injured cameraman, as per writers in Gaza, and the organization said he had been stuck there draining for five hours. 바카라 규칙
Al Jazeera broadcasted video showing loved ones of Deqa, including his mom, crying over his body at the Al Nasser clinical complex close to Khan Younis. 슬롯게임
His mom was seen being conveyed by two individuals saying, “He hasn’t seen his youngsters, he hasn’t seen his kids.”
As per Al Jazeera, he was brought into the world in 1978 and his significant other and kids — three young men and a young lady — are in Belgium.
An insightful journalist for the power source, Tamer Alissha, depicted Abu Daiqa “as an extraordinary cameraman and manager, fears nothing, and expert.”
“I addressed him a couple of days prior and told him, ‘How about you join your family abroad?’ And he let me know they will be back soon when this war is finished,” the writer said.
Deqa had told him, “I won’t leave Gaza,” Alissha said, adding that he had worked for over 20 years for Al Jazeera.