The union denounced in a communiqué the arrest on Monday of journalist Nidal Abu Aker, some three months after he was release from the last administrative detention during which he spent two years in captivity.
It also rejected the neighboring nation’s decision to apply to journalist Amer Abu Arafa this procedure for a four-month period.
The union also questioned Tel Aviv’s decision to prevent journalists Majdoleen Hassouna and Mujahid Al-Saadi from traveling abroad, the latter to testify about the circumstances of the recent murder by Israeli bullets of journalist Shireen Abu Akleh.
Wafa news agency reported on Monday that the Israeli security forces committed at least 21 violations against journalists last month.
This year, the military forces has killed two Palestinian female journalists, Abu Aqleh and Ghofran Warasnah.
Abu Aqleh was shot in the head in the refugee camp in Jenin, a city in northern West Bank, while Warasnah was shot in the chest near Hebron city.