Afghan Voice Agency (AVA): In a report referring to the anger of the family of Al Jazeera reporter Shireen Abu Akleh, who was killed by elements of the Zionist regime, the French news agency wrote: The niece of Shireen Abu Akleh, a reporter for Al Jazeera TV in Qatar, who was killed on May 11, 2022, on the edge of the Zionist military attack Killed in the West Bank of the Jordan River, while watching US President Joe Biden's plane landing in Israel on TV in his family's apartment in the eastern part of Jerusalem, he barely controls his anger and sadness.
This report continues: 27-year-old Lina, who is wearing a black dress, says that my feelings are mixed, it is a combination of sadness, anger and extreme disappointment. His late aunt, who was a great American-Palestinian journalist, was shot dead by an Israeli soldier while covering the Israeli military operation in Jenin on May 11.
Shireen Abu Akleh, the star of Al Jazeera's Arabic-language channel, was wearing a journalist's bulletproof vest and a journalist's helmet when he was killed. No Palestinian fighters were near this reporter and Israeli soldiers were stationed about 200 meters away.
The United Nations and various media unanimously announced that the bullet that killed Abu Aqla was fired from the weapon of an Israeli soldier; A scenario that America considered "probable" by evaluating the shooting. However, he rejected the hypothesis of a deliberate shooting, which upset Shireen Abu Akleh's family.
According to Abu Akleh's family, America is not doing enough in this matter and is trying to protect its ally, Israel.
"There is no action (by America) regarding Shireen," says Lina. It is really sad and disappointing to see that they have so much power, but they do not make a political decision in this case.
Shirin's brother Anton Abu Akleh wrote in a letter addressed to the US President: "The American government's regrettable response to the circumstances of Shireen's death has made the Abu Akleh family feel that they have been betrayed."
On Wednesday, US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken called Abu Akleh's family and spoke with Lina while on his way to occupied Palestine. He invited Abu Akleh's family to Washington to talk about this incident.
Jake Sullivan, the National Security Adviser to the US President, told reporters on the Air Force One plane: The US government is very active (in the investigation) to determine the circumstances of Shireen Abu Akleh's death.