Journalists and Media Workers Killed in Israel-Hamas War

Since the Hamas-led attack against Israel on October 7th, an unprecedented number of journalists and media practitioners have been killed. The Committee to Protect Journalists says that the month following the attack was the deadliest month for journalists on record since it began gathering data in 1992.  More than 80 journalists have been killed and many others have been injured, imprisoned or are missing. Media practitioners continue to work under the threat of violence to ensure governments and corrupt regimes face the light of public knowledge.  The Center for Media at Risk condemns violence committed against media workers and will continue to facilitate programming and discussion on media practitioners at risk. Below are the names of journalists and media workers who have been killed in this conflict. This list will be continually updated.

NameDate Killed
Alaa Al-HamsFebruary 12, 2024
Angam Ahmad Edwan February 12, 2024
Nafez Abdel Jawad February 8, 2024
Mohammed Atallah January 29, 2024
Iyad El-RuwaghJanuary 25, 2024
Yazan al-Zuweidi January 14, 2024
Mohamed Jamal Sobhi Al-ThalathiniJanuary 11, 2024
Ahmed Bdeir January 10, 2024
Hamza Al Dahdouh January 7, 2024
Mustafa Thuraya January 7, 2024
Jabr Abu Hadrous December 29, 2023
Mohammad Khaireddine December 28, 2023
Ahmed Khaireddine December 28, 2023
Mohamad Al-IffDecember 24, 2023
Mohamed AzzaytouniyahDecember 24, 2023
Ahmad Jamal Al Madhoun December 24, 2023
Mohamed Naser Abu Huwaidi December 23, 2023
Mohamed Khalifeh December 22, 2023
Adel Zorob December 19, 2023
Abdallah Alwan December 18, 2023
Assem Kamal Moussa December 17, 2023
Haneen Kashtan December 17, 2023
Samer Abu DaqqaDecember 15, 2023
Ola AtallahDecember 9, 2023
Hassan FarajallahDecember 3, 2023
Shima El-GazzarDecember 3, 2023
Adham HassounaDecember 1, 2023
Montaser Al-SawafDecember 1, 2023
Abdullah DarwishDecember 1, 2023
Mostafa BakeerNovember 24, 2023
Mohamed Mouin AyyashNovember 23, 2023
Mohamed Nabil Al-ZaqNovember 22, 2023
Rabih Al MaamariNovember 21, 2023
Farah OmarNovember 21, 2023
Ayat KhadouraNovember 20, 2023
Alaa Taher Al-HassanatNovember 20, 2023
Bilal JadallahNovember 19, 2023
Mossab AshourNovember 18, 2023
Amro Salah Abu HayahNovember 18, 2023
Mostafa El SawafNovember 18, 2023
Hassouneh SalimNovember 18, 2023
Sari MansourNovember 18, 2023
Abdelhalim AwadNovember 18, 2023
Yaacoub Al-BarshNovember 13, 2023
Ahmed FatimaNovember 13, 2023
Ahmed Al-QaraNovember 10, 2023
Mohamed Abu HassiraNovember 7, 2023
Yahya Abu ManihNovember 7, 2023
Mohamed Al JajaNovember 5, 2023
Mohammed Abu HatabNovember 2, 2023
Mohamad Al-BayyariNovember 2, 2023
Iyad MatarNovember 1, 2023
Majd Fadl ArandasNovember 1, 2023
Imad Al-WahidiOctober 31, 2023
Nazmi Al-NadimOctober 31, 2023
Yasser Abu NamousOctober 27, 2023
Duaa SharafOctober 26, 2023
Jamal Al-FaqaawiOctober 25, 2023
Saed Al-HalabiOctober 25, 2023
Ahmed Abu MhadiOctober 25, 2023
Salma MkhaimerOctober 25, 2023
Mohammed Imad LabadOctober 23, 2023
Roshdi SarrajOctober 22, 2023
Roee IdanOctober 20, 2023
Mohammed AliOctober 20, 2023
Khalil Abu AathraOctober 19, 2023
Sameeh Al-NadyOctober 18, 2023
Issam BharOctober 17, 2023
Mohammad BaloushaOctober 17, 2023
Abdulhadi HabibOctober 16, 2023
Yousef Maher DawasOctober 14, 2023
Salam MemaOctober 13, 2023
Husam MubarakOctober 13, 2023
Issam AbdallahOctober 13, 2023
Ahmed ShehabOctober 12, 2023
Mohamed Fayez Abu MatarOctober 11, 2023
Saeed al-TaweelOctober 10, 2023
Mohammed SobhOctober 10, 2023
Hisham AlnwajhaOctober 10, 2023
Assaad ShamlakhOctober 8, 2023
Shai RegevOctober 7, 2023
Ayelet ArninOctober 7, 2023
Yaniv ZoharOctober 7, 2023
Mohammad Al-SalhiOctober 7, 2023
Mohammad JarghounOctober 7, 2023
Ibrahim Mohammad LafiOctober 7, 2023

Source: Committee to Protect Journalists

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