Who? Alan Fisher
Where? Alan is senior correspondent for Al Jazeera English.
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Al-Jazeera English correspondent Alan Fisher reports that the news organisation’s offices in Ramallah, Palestine were entered by security forces earlier this afternoon, followed by an “angry crowd” which has sprayed graffiti on the walls.
Fisher is reporting on the situation using his Twitter account:
Al-Jazeera began publishing leaked documents about the Israeli-Palestinian peace process today in partnership with the Guardian. The documents accuse the Palestinian Liberation Organisation (PLO) of making a secret agreement to accept Israel’s annexation of all but one of the settlements built illegally in East Jerusalem.
Tonight at the Frontline Club,
‘Gaza Missiles and Messages,’ hosted by Roy Greenslade and with:
Jonathan Miller, (C4)
Alan Fisher (Al Jazeera)
Harriet Sherwood, (the Guardian)
Ruthie Blum Leibowitz (The Jerusalem Post)
Lior Ben Dor (Israeli affairs specialist)
Here is the video from the event:
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