Abu Akleh, Journalist, was 'likely' shot to death from an Israeli position. There is no reason to believe that Abu Akleh was intentionally shot.

Shireen Abu Akleh was a Palestinian-American journalist who was killed in May 11th in the occupied West Bank.

Abu Akleh, Journalist, was 'likely' shot to death from an Israeli position. There is no reason to believe that Abu Akleh was intentionally shot.

Shireen Abu Akleh was a Palestinian-American journalist who was killed in May 11th in the occupied West Bank. It was "likely" that she was shot from an Israeli position. The State Department stated Monday, July 4, that US experts had "no reason to believe" it was intentional shooting.

However, the US analysis could not come to a definitive conclusion about the source of the bullet that killed Al-Jazeera's correspondent. He was covering an Israeli military operation at Jenin on that day. The statement stated that the projectile had been "very damaged".

The Middle East was shaken by the death of Shireen Ab Akleh, a well-known and beloved journalist working with the Qatari channel. Al-Jazeera, the Palestinian Authority, and Qatar, which funds Al-Jazeera immediately accused Israel of her murder.

Ramallah had given the projectile to the Americans to help with their expertise. The Americans agreed to return the projectile to the Palestinians.

Israel claims that it is impossible for them to determine the origin of the shooting. They also continue to exclude any possibility of deliberate shooting.

The Office of the United Nations Human Rights High Commissioner concluded that the Israeli Army was responsible for the incident on June 24, an investigation which Benny Gantz, the Israeli Minister of Defense dismissed as "baseless".

The spokesperson said that the United States "continues to encourage cooperation among Israel and the Palestinian Authority [in this important matter]" and "urges accountability in the matter," Monday's statement added. American diplomacy, Ned Price.

Family members of the journalist said that they were shocked by Monday's results from American expertise in the ball.

"We are shocked by today's State Department announcement...that an inspection of the bullet that struck Shireen Abu Akleh (a U.S citizen) was not conclusive regarding the origin of the bullet. The family shared a Twitter statement describing the gun that killed her.

Monday's condemnation by the Palestinian Authority of an attempt to hide the truth about journalist Shireen Abu Akleh's death was a clear indication that the Authority is determined to stop any such attempts.

"We don't accept any attempts to hide the truth, and we aren't afraid to accuse Israel [...] of being responsible for the assassination Shireen Abu Akleh," commented a Twitter user representing the Authority. Palestinian Civil Affairs Minister Hussein al-Sheikh.

According to the Palestinian prosecutor, the Israeli army had announced Monday that it had conducted a "ballistic inspection" of the bullet at 5.56 mm. It was fired using a Ruger Mini-14 semiautomatic rifle.

Although the Palestinian Authority did not immediately respond to Monday's incident, a Palestinian official told AFP on Monday that Israel could examine the ball entrusted by the United States. This raised questions about whether Americans could be trusted.

These developments are less than ten days ahead of a US President Joe Biden's visit to Israel and the West Bank. This was part of his first Middle East tour since his accession.

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