I hope to get to know the experiences of others from the media and journalists in order to develop my self
Tell us a little bit about yourself
am a young Palestinian journalist, received Ba, degree in journalism and the media about 3 years.
- I joined in the field of journalism since I joined in the study, and indeed I was able to find a place for myself among my colleagues in the profession sensitive and important; particularly in the fact such as the Palestinian reality, which combines the internal problems and external problems, mainly related to the occupation and its actions against the Palestinians.
- At the outset, worked for a year and a half years, news correspondent for a local radio in the Gaza Strip, during this period was the field of hundreds of events, and many of the events and community activities and eligibility, and highlighted the major events that I covered: the Israeli withdrawal from Gaza in 2005.
- Then moved to work in the news section on the same radio, news editor, where I worked, and during this period gradually to become president for the newsletter, are still at the top of my work.
- After a period of my work in radio, joined the department programs, and then became responsible for youth programs, as well as my participation in the preparation and follow-up of a number of other programs, whether of health, political, or children's programs.
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