Al Jazeera journalist Samer Abudaqa, 45, has been laid to relaxation in southern Gaza, with dozens of mourners, together with journalists, paying their respects to the cameraman killed in an Israeli drone assault.
The funeral was held on Saturday within the metropolis of Khan Younis. Abudaqa’s household, associates and colleagues bid a tearful farewell as his physique was lowered into the bottom.
Abudaqa, a cameraman for Al Jazeera Arabic in Gaza, was hit whereas reporting at Farhana college in Khan Younis. His colleague, Al Jazeera Arabic correspondent Wael Dahdouh, who misplaced his spouse, son, daughter and grandson in a previous Israeli bombing, was wounded.
Journalists in Gaza are carrying a “human and noble message” for the world amid the persevering with struggle and can proceed to work regardless of Israeli assaults, Dahdouh mentioned in his eulogy.
“We’ll proceed to do our responsibility with professionalism and transparency,” he mentioned, as mourners round him wept.