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Al Jazeera: Filed a lawsuit over the murder of journalist Shireen Abu Akleh


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Sirin Abu Akleh Family: Murdered with intent

The television network Al Jazeera announced today Tuesday that it appealed to the International Criminal Court against the Israeli forces for the murder of Palestinian journalist Shireen Abu Akleh who was shot during an Israeli raid in the West Bank last May.

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The lawsuit follows an investigation into the case by the network’s legal team, Al Jazeera reported on Twitter.

Among the first names of the pan-Arab television network Al Jazeera, the correspondent of the television station in the Palestinian territories was wearing a bulletproof vest marked “Type” and a journalist’s helmet when he was killed by a bullet to the head on May 11 in Jenin.

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The journalist’s family and Palestinian officials have alleged that she was killed intentionally, rejecting Israeli claims that she was killed by Palestinian fighters, or later that she was possibly killed by a stray bullet during an exchange of fire.

Al Jazeera initially blamed Israel for the murder.

Eyewitnesses assured that at the point where the correspondent – one of the best known internationally, covering the Middle East for two decades – was also other journalists there were no Palestinian fighters, and no firefights were taking place.

The Israeli military first admitted in September that it exists “strong possibility” that Shireen Abu Akleh was killed by gunfire from one of his members.

The death of Shireen Abu Akleh caused global outcry.


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