Latest News and Monitoring,From Our Network from Israel

IPI welcomes U.S. blacklisting of NSO Group over Pegasus spyware abuses

The IPI global network today welcomes the decision by the United States government to blacklist Israeli company NSO Group over the abuse of its spyware technology Pegasus to target journalists and others, and urged other democratic countries around the world to follow the Biden administration’s lead by sanctioning and regulating the technology. On November 3, […]

Read More

Gunmen attack home of Arab Israeli journalist

The International Press Institute (IPI) strongly condemns the attack on Arab Israeli reporter Hassan Shaalan amid growing violence against members of the press in the region. Masked gunmen fired shots at Shaalan’s home and car in the Israeli city of Taibeh on June 3. Shaalan writes about Arab affairs for the Israeli news website Ynet. […]

Read More

Offices of AP and Al Jazeera in Gaza destroyed in Israeli bombing

The International Press Institute (IPI), the global network of editors, media executives and leading journalists, today vehemently condemned the attack on the building housing the offices of the Associated Press and Al Jazeera Network in Gaza by the Israeli defence forces.  According to media reports, a high-rise building in Gaza city that housed the offices of […]

Read More

More than two dozen journalists attacked by Israeli security forces in Jerusalem

The Israeli security forces should stop targeting journalists covering the ongoing clashes in East Jerusalem, the International Press Institute (IPI), the global network of editors, media workers and journalists, said today. The Palestinian Journalists Syndicate has recorded 24 cases of attacks against journalists in the past three days. In a statement released on its Facebook […]

Read More