Al Jazeera journalist shot dead while reporting on Israeli military operation in West Bank

The Palestinian Health Ministry said Israeli soldiers shot and killed Al Jazeera journalist Shailene Shaikh in the West Bank. Abu. Ackley. Profile picture. Euronews

PalestineHealth Ministry says West Bank’sIsraelThe military shot and killed Al Jazeera correspondent Shailene. Abu. Shirin Abu Akleh.

Al Jazeera quoted the Palestinian Health Ministry and station reporters as saying that Akerlai was reporting an Israeli raid in the city of Jenin when he was hit in the head with a gun and was taken to hospital in critical condition. was declared dead. in the hospital.

It is being told that when Ekli was killed, he was wearing a press vest. Another Al Jazeera reporter, Ali Samoudi, was shot in the back and is now in a stable condition. He mentioned the possibility that the journalists were shot without Palestinian terrorists directly questioning Israel’s statement.

“We were going to film an Israeli military operation, but they suddenly shot without asking us to leave or stop,” Samodi, The first shot hit me, the second hit Sharin… there was no Palestinian military rebel at all”.

Palestinian journalist Shatha Hanaisha, who was standing next to Ackley when he was shot, also testified that there was no conflict between Palestinian fighters and Israeli soldiers, adding that the press corps was targeted. We are four journalists, wearing bulletproof vests and helmets. Even after he fell, the (Israeli) occupation forces didn’t stop shooting. Because of the fire, I couldn’t even reach for him. The army shot and killed was determined”.

Palestinian journalists capture Al Jazeera journalists killed in the West Bank city of Hebron on 11th...
Palestinian journalists capture Al Jazeera correspondent Shaileen Al-Jazeera, who was killed on the 11th in the West Bank city of Hebron. Abu. Picture of Ackley in protest. Euronews

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