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Written by SOT.COM.AL 7 Gusht 2022
A German journalist has been threatened by a member of the Russian parliament and an ally of Russian President Vladimir Putin on a TV show.
Since Putin launched his invasion of Ukraine on February 24, the Kremlin has cracked down on freedom of press and expression in Russia, while prosecuting those who speak out against the war. Meanwhile, Kremlin-backed television has become a major distributor of pro-war propaganda, often containing threats against the West.
During an appearance on the Russian news program 60 Minutes, Zhuravlyov, the leader of the pro-Putin Rodina party, threatened Björn Stritzel, a reporter for the German news agency BILD, who is covering the war from Ukraine. A video of his comments was posted on Twitter on Saturday by journalist Julia Davis, who monitors Russian propaganda.
Meanwhile in Russia: another normal day on Kremlin-controlled state television.— Julia Davis (@JuliaDavisNews) August 6, 2022
Appearing on 60 Minutes, State Duma Member Aleksey Zhuravlyov is threatening @BILD reporter in Ukraine @bjoernstritzel and other German journalists: "B***, all of us will come and kill all of you!" pic.twitter.com/XyCFxE4T87
"I don't care, I want to say to this Nazi: F****, we're all coming to kill you all," he said.
However, his comments were dismissed by Russian state television host Yevgeny Popov, who 'scolded' him for threatening people.
"These are journalists. These are propagandists, but let's not be like that. Let's not kill anyone," he said.
Still, Zhuravlyov said he could "take less" of threatening journalists with death, even though it is considered a violation of international humanitarian law to target and kill journalists, who are usually considered civilians. However, Russia has faced accusations of war crimes in recent months, including targeted attacks on journalists and other civilians, and more than a dozen organizations are investigating alleged war crimes committed by Russian forces.