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Arab anti-Israel Activist Long Employed as “News” PhotoJournalist

Can someone who believes and works to ensure that there are no relations between Israel and the Arab Palestinians be a fair journalist?
Fadi Arouri is a rabidly anti-Israel photojournalist who currently works at Xinhua

Fadi Arouri is a rabidly anti-Israel 'anti-normalization' photojournalist and works for a "humanitarian" NGO.
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POPULAR STRUGGLE COORDINATING COMMITTEE

Online, Arouri has boasted about his position as Arabic Media Coordinator and Project Manager between 2009 – 2011 with the Popular Struggle Coordinating Committee.  This is a collaboration between community organizers throughout the Arab Palestinian communities which is modeled on activities carried out during the First Intifada.

These diverse, non-partisan committees lead community resistance to Israeli occupation in various forms, such as marches, strikes, demonstrations, direct actions and legal campaigns, as well as supporting boycott, divestment and sanctions.

It is hard to understand how someone so deeply involved in activities which are not even characterizable as “pro-Palestinian,” but instead are firmly anti-Israel, can be employed as a journalist covering the Arab – Israeli conflict.

But it is not only the major media outlets which have rewarded him despite his virulently anti-Israel activities.

In September, 2012, Arouri’s photography was part of an exhibition at a show at the U.S. Consulate in Jerusalem which featured “8 Palestinian photojournalists.”  Apparently Arouri’s claim that Arab Palestinian journalists aren’t allowed to enter Jerusalem does not apply to him.

About the Author: Lori Lowenthal Marcus is the US correspondent for The Jewish Press. She is a recovered lawyer who previously practiced First Amendment law and taught in Philadelphia-area graduate and law schools. You can reach her by email: Lori@JewishPressOnline.com


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7 Responses to “Arab anti-Israel Activist Long Employed as “News” PhotoJournalist”

  1. too bad he wasn't killed. what a shame that he lived. and, only because Israelis cared for him in an Israeli hospital. crazy to save the lives of jew hating enemies.

  2. Alex Salomon says:

    eliminate this thing.

  3. Alex Salomon says:

    eliminate this thing.

  4. Ephraim Bander says:

    No such place as palatine and no such people as Palestinians. Who was their leader before the terrorist Arafat? What were their borders? What was their currency and what is there no record if it? A lie said over and over again dies not make it true.

  5. Ephraim Bander says:

    No such place as palatine and no such people as Palestinians. Who was their leader before the terrorist Arafat? What were their borders? What was their currency and what is there no record if it? A lie said over and over again dies not make it true.

  6. Joe Newman says:

    Correction: who was their leader before the EGYPTIAN terrorist known as "arafat".

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