TE24 International Desk
JERUSALEM / RAMALLAH – Israel will test a bullet Sunday that killed a Palestinian-American journalist to see if one of the soldiers shot him, U.S. observers will release the results within hours. It can be said that it can be done.
The Palestinians who handed over the shots to the U.S. security coordinator on Saturday said they were confident that Israel would not be involved in ballistic missiles. Washington has not yet commented. In the United States, July 4th is a holiday weekend.
Al Jazeera reporter Sirin Abukur died during an Israeli raid on the West Bank of occupied Jordan on May 11, and the conflict between the two camps masked US President Joe Biden’s visit this month. Paddy fields.
Palestinians have accused the Israeli military of plotting to assassinate him. Israel denies that Abu Akleh may have been mistakenly shot by the army or by one of the Palestinian gunmen who clashed with his forces.
“The (ballistic) test will not be American. The test will be an Israeli test that will cover the US presence, “said Brigadier-General Ran Kochav, a spokesman for the Israeli military.
“It will be clear in the next day or hour whether we killed him, by accident, or by Palestinian gunmen,” he told Army Radio. “If we kill him, we will take responsibility and we are sorry for what happened.”
The test will be held at the US embassy in Jerusalem, said Akram al-Hatib, the Palestinian Authority’s justice secretary.
“The US coordinator has guaranteed that the investigation is being carried out by them and the Israeli side will not take part,” he told Voice of Palestine Archive, adding that he hoped the shots would be returned on Sunday. Paddy fields. A spokesman for the embassy said there was nothing new at the moment.
Biden will hold separate meetings with Palestinian and Israeli leaders from July 13 to 16. The Abu Acre case will be a diplomatic and domestic test for Israel’s new prime minister, Yar Lapid.
Rapid “was involved in managing the arrival and transfer of these bullets,” said Yvonne Segalovitz, Israel’s deputy interior minister.
“It will take several days for ballistic tests by multiple experts to confirm this
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