When the cameras stop rolling and the press vests come off, what do journalists covering war do?
We often forget that journalists who cover wars are also ordinary people. They are parents, brothers and sisters, friends and colleagues. And sometimes, they too struggle to survive, no matter what story they're trying to tell. Journalists in Gaza, including our own teams, have had to deal with the horrific consequences of the Israeli war – some paying with their lives. Others lost loved ones, colleagues and their homes. Yet they continued. We invited them to share a more personal look at what they have experienced in recent months and what has kept them going.
Presenter: Anélise Borges
Hind Khoudary – Al Jazeera journalist
Nida Ibrahim – Al Jazeera correspondent
Ali Hachem – Al Jazeera correspondent