The news reports on civilian deaths and speeches of politicians, however, from time to time it is also worth talking about the hidden heroes of wars; the journalists who go to the most dangerous areas of the world, putting their lives at risk to do their job.
Their courage knows no bounds as they navigate through bullets, evade airstrikes, and confront the ever-looming threat of abduction or worse. They defy the inherent dangers, not for glory or acclaim, but to amplify the silenced voices, to bear witness to the unspoken, and to hold the powerful accountable for their actions.
The Gaza-based Government Media Office said in a statement that the Palestinian journalist victim was Yahya Abu Mnea, who worked for local Al-Aqsa Radio and was killed in an Israeli airstrike in Gaza city.
Shortly after the statement, the Palestinian official news agency Wafa announced the death of another journalist, Mohammad Abu Hasira, who was killed along with a number of his family members in an Israeli airstrike on his home in western Gaza.
With new fatalities, the total number of journalists killed in Gaza by intensified Israeli airstrikes has risen to 49.
Amid the Gaza war, there exists a cadre of unsung heroes whose courage and dedication transcend the headlines, the fearless journalists who tread into the heart of danger to illuminate the world with raw, unfiltered truths.
Here are the names of those journalists who were killed in Gaza.
Mohamed Garghoun, Ibrahim Lafi, Mohamed Al-Salehi, Hossam Mubarak, Abdel Rahman Shehab, Rajab Al-Naqeb, Mohamed Abu Matar, Aaed Al-Naggar, Aaed Al-Naggar, Mohamed Rezq Sobh, Hisham, Nawaghah, Saeed Al-Tawil, Asaad Shamlakh, Mohamed Abu Ali, Mahmoud Abu Zarifa, Khalil Abu Azrah, Samih Al-Nadi, Anas Abu Shamala, Ali Suleiman, Abdel Hadi Habib, Mohamed Baalousha, Essam Buhar, Hani Al-Madhoun, Salma Mokheimar, Yasser Abu Namous, Ahmed Abu Mohadi, Gamal Al-Faqaoui, Saed Halabi, Mohamed Al-Hosni, Rushdi Al-Sarraj, Ahmed Masoud, Mohamed Labad, Eman Al-Oqaily, Mohamed Al-Bayari, Iyad Matar, Nazmi Al-Nadim, Majd Arandas, Hozayfa Al-Najjar, Emad Al-Wahidi, Mohamed Al-Gaga, Majid Kishko, Salam Mayma, Doaa Sharaf, Yahya Abu Manee, Mohamed Abu Hasira, Haitham Harara, Mostafa Al-Naqeb, Zaher Al-Afghani, Mohamed Abu Hatab.