The findings and investigations published so far indicate that the Tel Aviv authorities are responsible for the death of this communicator.

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The NGO B'Tselem accused the Israeli government of falsifying and covering up the case of the murder of the Palestinian journalist Shireen Abu Aqleh on May 11 last.

The Israeli Information Center for Human Rights in the Occupied Territories (B'Tselem) criticized on Twitter statements made by the commander of the military unit that stormed the Jenin refugee camp, north of the West Bank, the day the woman was killed there. communicator.

In an interview with the Yedioth Ahronoth newspaper, the uniformed officer stated that all the data, videos and audio available on the case were published.

However, B'Tselem claimed that Tel Aviv did not publish any real evidence to prove its accusations of alleged crossfire between Palestinian soldiers and militants.

Instead, the Tel Aviv authorities are busy burying the issue, he noted.

In this regard, he accused the commander of the unit of lying by stating that the Palestinian journalists were located in the middle of a combat.

Videotape documenting the seven minutes leading up to the fatal shooting shows no shots were fired from where they were standing, the human rights organization said.

Earlier last month B'Tselem criticized the results of a US investigation into that murder.

According to all the findings and investigations published so far, the Tel Aviv authorities are responsible for the death of that communicator, he said at the time.

B'Tselem denounced that the Israeli investigations into the death of Palestinians "have never been more than an organized representation, designed to allow the killings to continue unhindered."

The US report was also harshly questioned by numerous Palestinian leaders and parties, who denounced Washington's partiality in its attempt to exonerate its ally.

(With information from Prensa Latina)