The Palestinian Authority will give American forensic experts a bullet that killed Al Jazeera journalist Sirene Abu Acre on Saturday to resolve the conflict with Israel. He said he had taken a step towards. Investigation of her death.
A well-known veteran correspondent in the Arab world, Abu Acre, reported an Israeli attack on May 11 at the Jenin refugee camp on the west bank of the occupied Jordan. Received a deadly shot.
Palestinians say she was killed by Israeli shootings, along with a colleague of Abu Acre who was with her at the time.
Israeli troops say it is impossible to determine which side killed her without analyzing her bullets as she was involved in the bonfire of a battle with Palestinian militants. say. Palestinians refused to turn the bullet over, saying they did not trust Israel.
Palestinian Attorney General Akram al-Khatib said the bullet was given to US experts "for technical work." He repeated that the Palestinians refused to share bullets with the Israelis.
"We are confident and confident in our research and the results we have reached," he said.
It was not immediately clear what American experts could discover without studying Israeli weapons that Israel might have fired. There was no immediate word as to whether Israel would share a rifle.
The Palestinian announcement will be made a little over a week before President Joe Biden's visit to the area.
Palestinian officials spoke on anonymous terms as they were discussing diplomatic issues, saying the issue was raised on a phone call between Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas and Secretary of State Antony Blinken. .. Please resolve the issue before visiting Biden.