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Israel deports UAE TV representatives

posted on 04/04/2002: 831 views


As part of its imposition of restrictions on reporting of events in Palestine, Israel removed the press credentials of two Abu Dhabi Television staff. Leila Odeh, Abu Dhabi television correspondent, and Jassim Azzawi, the network's visiting correspondent, were asked to leave by April 4.



Odeh has said that she will try and stay to report events, despite the restrictions. Odeh said that she was told the ban was because of Abu Dhabi TV's support for the Palestinian cause, which the Israelis described as taking an ‘inflammatory and hostile approach that contributes to unrest in the Arab world.‘



Director General of Emirates Media Incorporated, Ahmed Al Baloushi said that Abu Dhabi TV will continue its work despite Israeli attempts to suppress press freedom.





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