• Abul Firdaus Bayinat Basha Al Bajali



development, history, status, journalists, international law


This study dealt with the issue of journalists in international law in:

It presents the press and its controls, and the links of the press: their nature, origins, protection and impact on societal, human and cultural development, and their legal rules. The study concluded that the media in general and the press in particular have taken a large and important space in the most prominent fields of contemporary life, especially open-source social media, and it has affected most aspects of human, natural and cosmic activity; It was worth studying all their aspects to clarify the position of Sharia and the law on them and their rulings on them. There is no doubt about the necessity and necessity of submitting them to their controls to ensure optimal benefit from them, as they are among the services that are indispensable in our contemporary time. The conditions and rights of journalists are of great importance in the field of public international law and international humanitarian law, in many respects. In times of peace, journalists play a role in educating society, exposing flaws and corruption, and reviewing events taking place in the country or in other regions of the world. International law has granted journalists protection and the possibility of free expression and monitoring of the facts that occur here and there as they are, by granting him the right to express what he sees or observes, and what he concludes in the sphere of his presence and the sphere of his activity, and this right is enshrined in the framework of human rights. Since the media and the press are of such vitality and importance, this topic was undertaken according to the requirements of the study. This study was based on the extrapolation of the issues in which the opinions of scholars varied according to the multiplicity of factors related to the edge, according to an applied analytical methodology.


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