It’s Becoming Impossible to Report From Gaza—Journalists Are Working While Fleeing For Their Lives

From a Washington Post story by Laura Wagner headlined “It’s becoming impossible to report from Gaza”:

Over the years, NPR has relied on Anas Baba to be its eyes and ears within Gaza. This past week was no exception.

The Palestinian producer interviewed civilians seeking shelter from Israeli airstrikes at Gaza City’s main hospital, where hallways were crowded with the wounded and dying. Later, he called in an eyewitness account of young children traveling on foot for dozens of miles in an attempt to evacuate the city. The reporting took “a lot of effort and a lot of luck,” said Aya Batrawy, an NPR correspondent coordinating with Baba from Jerusalem on a story that aired Friday about horrific conditions inside the besieged enclave.