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Israel is unable to use lies to hide  its latest crime against Palestinians 

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13.05.2022

Israel's killing of Al Jazeera journalist Shireen Abu Akleh, a Palestinian-American citizen, has hit the headlines of most international media outlets. Shireen was killed while covering the Israeli invasion of the occupied Palestinian city of Jenin, uncovering the brutality of the Israeli occupation and causing a major international crisis for Israel.

From the start, the Israeli occupation tried to adopt a fake narrative about the incident, but it failed to cover up the truth and whitewash its crime.

Naftali Bennett, Israeli prime minister, posted a video on Twitter of Palestinian fighters shooting at an Israeli soldier, claiming that their bullets hit Shireen, but immediately activists and rights groups, including the Israeli B'Tselem, refuted his tweet and proved that Shireen was not shot by the Palestinian fighters who appeared in the video.

Read: Israel is trying to exonerate itself after murdering journalist Shireen Abu Akleh

"This morning, B'Tselem's field researcher in Jenin documented the exact locations in which the Palestinian gunman depicted in a video distributed by the Israeli army, fired, as well as the exact location in which Journalist Shireen Abu Akleh was killed," the rights group tweeted.

Many other Israeli officials have also been involved in the battle of defending the occupation state and its narrative, but so far, all have failed.

It could be the first time that Israel has ever faced such a dilemma that triggered international official and popular outrage and condemnation. Almost all the official international bodies and the great powers have called for Israel to investigate Shireen's targeting . I know, they are not serious, but trying to pacify people's anger. If they were serious, they would have obligated Israel to investigate previous murders. Shireen, according to the........

© Middle East Monitor


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