Press reports said that the new code of conduct for radio, which was approved at the beginning of September; Requires that action be taken against persons who "violate the updated guidelines."
Deutsche Welle stresses the "right of the Israeli occupation to exist as a state," according to what Haaretz newspaper reported.
According to the new code of conduct, the radio has "a special commitment and behavior towards the Israeli occupation."
It is reported that in February 2022, Deutsche Welle dismissed seven Arab employees after an investigation into alleged anti-Semitism in its Arabic news division, three of whom were returned on the orders of German courts.
Most recently, the Berlin Labor Court ruled that DW was not legally justified in expelling Palestinian-Jordanian journalist Farah Maraqa over allegations of anti-Semitism.