Who was Issam Abdallah? Wiki, Bio, Age, Family, Killed in southern Lebanon

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Issam Abdallah Wiki – Issam Abdallah Biography

Reuters journalist Issam Abdallah was buried today in his home village in Lebanon after being killed by an Israeli bombing that also injured six other people. Wrapped in a Lebanese flag, his body was carried on a stretcher through the streets of his southern town of Khiam, from his family home to the local cemetery.Dozens of Lebanese journalists and politicians attended the funeral. Abdallah was killed on Friday afternoon near the village of Alma al-Shaab in southern Lebanon when an Israeli projectile fell on a gathering of international journalists covering the exchange of fire along the border between Israeli troops and members of the Lebanese militant group Hezbollah. Lebanon’s Foreign Ministry called on Beirut’s mission to the United Nations to file a complaint against Israel over Friday’s bombing, calling it a “flagrant violation and crime against freedom of opinion and the press.” The statement was published by the state-run National News Agency.

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Israeli military says it is examining incident in which Reuters journalist was killed

Israeli military spokesman Lieutenant Colonel Richard Hecht said today: “We are aware of the incident with the Reuters journalist and we are investigating it.” Hecht did not confirm that the journalists had been hit by Israeli projectiles, but called the incident “tragic” and added: “We are very sorry for his death.” Reuters said in a statement that two of its journalists, Thaer Al-Sudani and Maher Nazeh, were wounded in the same bombing, while Qatar’s Al-Jazeera TV said its cameraman Elie Brakhya and reporter Carmen Joukhadar were also wounded. The French international news agency, Agence France-Presse, said two of its journalists were also injured: photographer Christina Assi and video journalist Dylan Collins. Photographer Christina Assi needed blood donations at the American University of Beirut Medical Center, where she was hospitalized, AFP reported Saturday. The border between Lebanon and Israel has seen sporadic acts of violence since Saturday’s surprise attack by the Palestinian militant group Hamas in southern Israel. Journalists from several countries have flocked to Lebanon to monitor the situation as tensions between Hezbollah and Israel rise.

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