Lebanese protest against killing of Shaaban

Lebanese activists and journalists take part in a protest, against the killing of Lebanon’s Al-Jadeed television cameraman Ali Shaaban, as they hold his pictures at Martyrs’ square in downtown Beirut, April 10, 2012.

Syrian soldiers shot dead the cameraman on Monday near the border between the two countries, the television channel said. It said Shaaban was on the Lebanese side of the frontier, in the northern Lebanese region of Wadi Khaled, when soldiers opened fire on a car carrying the Al-Jadeed crew. REUTERS/Mohamed Azakir

Lebanese activists and journalists take part in a protest, against the killing of Lebanon's Al-Jadeed television cameraman Ali Shaaban. One of the protesters is holding a banner in Arabic describing the killing of Shaaban as a deliberate act, and condemning the disassociation policy preventing the truth from prevailing .The Daily Star .

 

 

Colleagues carry the coffin of Lebanon's Al-Jadeed TV cameraman Ali Shaaban outside the station's studios in Beirut on April 10, 2012 ahead of his funeral in his hometown Mayfadun in southern Lebanon. AFP PHOTO/ANWAR AMRO © AFP Anwar Amro
  • farida2012

    We are living an era that human life in Middle East has no value, shame on them; history is our witness to this barbaric living! 

  • farida2012

    We are living an era that human life in Middle East has no value, shame on them; history is our witness to this barbaric living! 

  • antar2011

    the tv network this man was working i is affiliated with the prime minister…miqati.
    the least they can do is raise their voices high to the apathy of the lebanese govt to the casulties going down because of “our sister” next door.

  • antar2011

    the tv network this man was working i is affiliated with the prime minister…miqati.
    the least they can do is raise their voices high to the apathy of the lebanese govt to the casulties going down because of “our sister” next door.