Pub’s pen webdesk :. The Israeli military has no plans to investigate the killing of Al Jazeera journalist Shirin Abu Akleh. Israeli media reported the news on Thursday. The Israeli newspaper Haaretz reported on Thursday that the Criminal Investigation Department (CID) of the Israeli military police believed that any investigation into Israeli soldiers as suspects would provoke opposition within Israeli society. Confirmed the veracity of the news.
On May 11, Israeli forces raided the occupied West Bank town of Jenin. Shirin Abu Akleh, 51, was at the scene to collect the news. Witnesses and other reporters at the scene said Shirin was shot in the head by Israeli soldiers.
Shirin’s family responded by hearing that Israel would not investigate the killings, saying they were not surprised by reports that the Israeli army had not investigated Shirin’s killings.
Shirin’s family said in a statement to Al Jazeera that “such news is expected from Israel. That’s why we don’t want Israel to be part of the investigation into Shirin’s murder. We want those responsible for this to be held accountable and brought to justice. “
Israel will not investigate the killing of Al-Jazeera journalist Shirin Abu Akleh in the occupied West Bank city of Jenin.
Several international media outlets, including several in the country, reported the news on Thursday.
According to the Israeli media Haaretz, the criminal investigation department of the Israeli military police thinks that any investigation into the Israeli soldiers as suspects could lead to opposition within Israeli society. In May, Israeli forces raided the occupied West Bank town of Jenin. Shirin Abu Akleh, 51, was present at the scene. He was shot in the head while collecting news.