Police raid new Palestinian media center and confiscate computers

Police raid new Palestinian media center in northern Israel
JERUSALEM (Ma‘an) 9 Mar — Israeli police on Monday ransacked the offices of a newly established media center in the city of Umm al-Fahm in northern Israel, journalists said. Police officers raided Q-Press Media Center in the Palestinian city and confiscated all computers in the office, a journalist working there told Ma‘an. Staff members Hikmat Naamnah, Sahir Ghazzawi, Anas Ghanayim, Badir Mahajnah, and Budar Ighbariyya were detained and interrogated following the raid. Q-Press is a newly formed media center focusing on Jerusalem and the Al-Aqsa Mosque.

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