Somali Cable TV director and journalist, Abdifatah Moalim Nur (Qeys) killed in a suicide bombing in Mogadishu, Monday 16 October, 2023. | PHOTO/ Facebook Abdifatah Moalim Nur (Qeys.)

With new details emerging, SJS demands independent probe into TV director’s killing in Mogadishu

MOGADISHU, Somalia 31 December 2023 – The Somali Journalists Syndicate (SJS) expresses profound concern over the apparent lack of progress in the investigation into the 'assassination-style' suicide bombing that claimed the life of our colleague, Abdifatah Moalim Nur (Qeys), the director of Somali Cable TV in Mogadishu on 16 October 2023. SJS demands for the immediate initiation of an independent investigation as new details continue to emerge.
Panelists at the SJS human rights day event in Mogadishu, Somalia on 10 December, 2023. | PHOTO/SJS.

SJS marks Human Rights Day with Panel Discussion addressing pressing issues in Somalia

MOGADISHU, Somalia 10 December 2023 – On the occasion of Human Rights Day and the 75th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the Somali Journalists Syndicate (SJS) hosted an engaging panel discussion in Mogadishu, addressing critical challenges faced by human rights in Somalia.
SJS banner for the International Day to End Impunity for Crimes Against Journalists 2023.

On #IDEI 2023, SJS and IPI call on Somalia to end impunity for crimes...

MOGADISHU, Somalia/ VIENNA, Austria 2 November 2023 –The International Press Institute (IPI) today, on Nov. 2, International Day to End Impunity for Crimes Against Journalists, joins with the Somali Journalists Syndicate (SJS) to express our concern over the lack of progress on 11 cases of killed journalists in Somalia.
SJS Banner for the International Day to End Impunity for Crimes Against Journalists 2023.

IDEI 2023: Somali government must take its responsibility to protect journalists, investigate and prosecute...

MOGADISHU, Somalia 2 November, 2023 – On the International Day to End Impunity for Crimes against Journalists (IDEI), The Somali Journalists Syndicate (SJS) expresses deep concern about the escalating crimes against journalists in Somalia and the persistent culture of impunity surrounding the violence against journalists.
Abdirahman Jeylani Mohamed (known as Adani), the Director of Arladi Media Network, who is also SJS member is pictured during SJS a recent journalists' training. | PHOTO Credit /SJS.

SJS raises concerns over interrogation of Arlaadi Media Director Abdirahman Adani by government prosecutor

MOGADISHU, Somalia 18 October 2023 – The Somali Journalists Syndicate (SJS) has voiced its apprehension regarding the summons and questioning of the director of Arladi Media Network, Abdirahman Jeylani Mohamed (known as Adani), who is also an SJS member, by the Attorney General of Somalia in Mogadishu on Wednesday.
Somali Cable TV director and journalist, Abdifatah Moalim Nur (Qeys) killed in a suicide bombing in Mogadishu, Monday 16 October, 2023. | PHOTO/ Facebook Abdifatah Moalim Nur (Qeys.)

ALERT: TV director killed in Mogadishu suicide bombing

MOGADISHU, Somalia, 16 October, 2023 – The Somali Journalists Syndicate (SJS) strongly denounces the suicide bombing attack that struck civilians, including our colleague journalist, Abdifatah Moalim Nur (Qeys), on a fateful Monday evening in Mogadishu.
SJS Secretary of Information and Human Rights, Mohamed Bulbul (second from left) and his defense lawyers pose for a group photo after court announced his freedom on Wednesday 11 October 2023. | PHOTO Credit/SJS.

Court frees Mohamed Bulbul after 56 days of incommunicado detention

MOGADISHU, Somalia, 11 October, 2023 – The Somali Journalists Syndicate (SJS) welcomes the decision of the Banadir Regional Court judge to release journalist Mohamed Ibrahim Bulbul, SJS Secretary of Information and Human Rights, who endured 56 days of incommunicado detention.
SJS Secretary of Information and Human Rights, Mohamed Bulbul is hospitalized after his health deteriorated while being held incommunicado detention. | Photo Credit/ SJS.

Mohamed Bulbul freed on bail amid deteriorating health, court schedules second hearing

MOGADISHU, Somalia 9 October, 2023 - The Somali Journalists Syndicate (SJS) expresses grave concern regarding the persistent harassment and intimidation directed at our Secretary of Information and Human Rights, Mohamed Ibrahim Bulbul, who was urgently hospitalized on Saturday afternoon due to a deterioration in his health while in incommunicado and unlawful detention.
Radio Barawe journalists are seen in the radio studio days before the attack on the radio premises. | Photo/ Radio Barawe.

Barawe’s minority community loses vital radio voice after an armed attack

MOGADISHU, Somalia 29 September, 2023 - Thursday marked the International Day for Universal Access to Information; however, the Somali Journalists Syndicate (SJS) expresses its deep concern about the denial of the right to information for the minority community in Barawe, in Somalia's Lower Shabelle region, following the cessation of broadcasts by their only radio station in their native language following the armed attack last month.
SJS Secretary of Information and Human Rights, Mohamed Ibrahim Bulbul. | PHOTO Courtesy/SJS.

On IDUAI, SJS Secretary of Information and Human Rights Mohamed Bulbul transferred to Mogadishu...

MOGADISHU, Somalia 28 September, 2023 - On the occasion of International Day for Universal Access to Information, the Somali Journalists Syndicate (SJS) is alarmed by the forcible transfer of our colleague journalist, Mohamed Ibrahim Bulbul, from Hamar Jajab police station to Mogadishu Central Prison by armed officers affiliated with the Somali police and the national intelligence on Thursday 28 September.

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