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About Yasser
Yasser Abu Wazna is a multi-media journalist and producer based in the Gaza Strip.  He's produced a wide range of short documentary and television projects for TRT WORLD,  Al Jazeera, NEW YORK POST, Business Insider, GLOBAL CITIZEN, AJ+, ensia, Zoomin, and several other networks and outlets. His magnificent 8-part series about the Gaza Return March for the AJ+ is one of their top viewed videos, garnering over 8 million views across several multi-language platforms.
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Owner of AP tower destroyed in Israeli airstrike in Gaza says he saw no evidence of Hamas in the building

21 May 2021  |  Yahoo Entertainment
The owner of the Associated Press building in Gaza City, Jawad Mahdi, and the AP itself reported no evidence of Hamas presence before the building was destroyed by an Israeli airstrike on May 15. Israeli officials claim Hamas used the building for military intelligence and as a shield, but did not provide definitive proof to Insider. The IDF warned civilians before the strike, but Mahdi's plea to retrieve belongings was rejected. The building also housed Al Jazeera and other media outlets. AP President Gary Pruitt and Israeli ambassador Gilad Erdan commented on the lack of evidence for Hamas presence, and US Secretary of State Antony Blinken stated the US had not seen information justifying the strike.

Owner of AP tower destroyed in Israeli airstrike in Gaza says he saw no evidence of Hamas in the building

17 May 2021  |  Business Insider
The owner of the Jalaa building in Gaza, destroyed by an Israeli airstrike, claims there was no Hamas presence in the building, contradicting Israeli Defense Forces' assertions that it was used for military intelligence by Hamas. The building housed media offices, including AP and Al Jazeera. The IDF provided warnings before the strike, but the owner’s plea to retrieve belongings was denied. AP and other media organizations have denied knowledge of any Hamas activities in the building. The incident has drawn international attention, with the US seeking clarification on the rationale behind the strike.

TURNING BULLETS INTO ART “Every bullet has a story and a meaning.” This Palestinian artist is recycling Israeli bullets into art pieces about Gaza's March of Return.

Medic at the Wheel of Gaza's Resistance This Palestinian medic was in an ambulance when Israeli snipers shot it. But he didn't stop helping Gazans in a critical condition.

THE POWER OF PALESTINIAN WOMEN We want to live, we want to return to our lands." This Palestinian woman is marching in Gaza despite being shot by an Israeli soldier.

Meet the rapper from Gaza who's taking the internet by storm with his fearless lyrics

Meet the Palestinians resisting occupation inside the world's largest open-air prison: Gaza.

Life can prove to be very challenging for a deaf parent - This 14-year-old from Palestine wants to change all that

In blockaded Gaza, necessity is not only the mother of invention, but also the mother of resurrecting old fashioned ways to survive. Palestinians are no longer able to bake bread at home by electrical baking ovens because of the escalating electricity dilemma in the Strip. Daily power supply has reached 4 hours per 24 hours. Accordingly, Palestinians turn to bake bread by primitive clay ovens.

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