Duaa Jabbour, a Palestinian freelance journalist was killed in an Israeli airstrike on her home along with her husband and children in Khan Yunis, southern Gaza, according to the Palestinian Journalists’ Syndicate, the Beirut-based press freedom group SKeyes, Turkey’s Anadolu Agency, and the Qatar-funded London-based Al-Araby Al-Jadeed. A representative from the Palestinian Journalists’ Syndicate told Anadolu that Jabbour worked as a journalist with the local website Eyes Media Network. In her last Facebook post, Jabbour wrote “To survive everyday is exhausting.”
CPJ’s database of journalists killed in the Israel-Gaza war is based on preliminary reporting from the region and will be updated as more information becomes available. You can find a current list of journalist casualties in the war here.