Al Jazeera Journalism Review

Abeer Ayyoub
Abeer Ayyoub

Abeer Ayyoub is a freelance journalist based in Istanbul. She got her master’s degree in New Media from the Jordan Media Institute in Amman. She works as a contributing writer for several international media outlets including MEE, Vice, OZY media and others. 

 

Writer’s Articles

Embedded journalism: Striking a balance between access and impartiality in war zones

The ethical implications of embedded journalism, particularly in the Israeli invasion of Gaza, raise concerns about the compromise of balance and independence in war coverage.

Published on: Tue, 12/19/2023 - 16:41
Queen Rania is absolutely right - Western media’s double standards on Gaza

Why does international media use loaded and dehumanising language about the Palestinians when reporting on the Israeli bombardment of 2.2 million people in Gaza?

Published on: Fri, 10/27/2023 - 09:52
Ethical reporting - how to cover suicide responsibly

Sensationalist reporting of suicide cases has been shown to cause a rise in the numbers of people taking their own lives in affected communities. Journalists must take great care

Published on: Thu, 09/07/2023 - 07:56
Journalism needs clear standards when it comes to ‘deplatforming’ 

Currently, 'deplatforming' of people with views considered hateful is applied in a haphazard way. This just adds to the problem of hate speech

Published on: Wed, 07/06/2022 - 09:30