JNS, the Jewish News Syndicate, is merely recycling pro-Israel lies about Shireen Abu Akleh, the likes of which are plausible only to readers uninterested in the truth.
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Yet another significant report points to Israeli guilt in the death of Shireen Abu Akleh: new forensic analysis shows she was “deliberately and repeatedly targeted” by an Israeli military sniper taking “precise and careful aim.” Palestinians filing at the ICC state that her assassination was in the context of wider “systematic targeting” of Palestinian journalists by Israeli occupation forces.
Senator Patrick Leahy (D-VT) calls out the Biden administration’s feeble response to Israel’s killing of a prominent American citizen: he asks the hard questions (why haven’t they been asked before?) that could trigger the withholding of US military aid to Israel.
Nides did not mention the 49 Gazans, among them 17 children, killed by Israeli missile strikes in those “relatively calm” three days in August. (Nides is a lifelong Israel partisan who was a top executive at a firm that helped precipitate the 2007–08 financial crisis)
Yair Lapid’s brazen demand for impunity for the killing of Shireen Abu Akleh is a disturbing reflection of the US-Israeli relationship.
Israel has scored what it considers a string of political and policy victories since Biden took office… Biden has largely continued the heavily pro-Israel policies of his predecessor in the Oval Office, Donald Trump…
Israel has destroyed Palestinian hospitals, attacked patients, denied medical travel permits & targeted healthcare workers…The American Medical Association has issued press releases calling the targeting of healthcare workers in Ukraine “unconscionable.” They must also do this for Palestinians…
Antony Blinken’s exchange with Nooran Abuhamdan at her Georgetown graduation was an insult to the cause of justice – but also a typical response to the Palestinian issue.
CNN investigates the killing of Palestinian-American journalist Shireen Abu Akleh on May 11 and says she was targeted by an Israeli sniper positioned 600 feet away from her with a clear line of sight.
A comprehensive report on Shireen Abu Akleh’s murder, and why it played out the way it did. Her story, like that of the Palestinian people, is one of courage in the face of injustice. In mourning her murder, let us acknowledge the facts of Palestinian life – and death.