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This online magazine will be published evey month and started February 1st. 2019. Thank you for your time and interest.

Gino d'Artali
indept investigative journalist
and radical feminist










                                                                                                            CRYFREEDOM 2019/2020

The Palestine/US journalist Shireen Abu Akleh aka 'Jazeerian' shot through the head and slaughtered by an Israeli sniper.

The aftermath part 4 12 July-29 June 2022
The aftermath part 3 29 June-31 May 2022

The assasination.
14-11 May 2022
International press:
The Palestine/US journalist Shireen Abu Akleh aka 'Jazeerian' shot through the head and slaughtered by an Israeli sniper.


The aftermath.
International press:
Part 2: 27-13 May 2022
<<Al Jazeera}Mubasher
May 27 2022
'Vice President of the Qatari <Shura>: Sherine’s assassination is an attempt to silence the voice of truth and free speech.

Part 1: 11-18 may 2022
<Arwa Mahdawi
Shireen Abu Akleh was a lifeline for Palestinians – and her killing has shaken us to the core.>




12 July 2022
By Marc Daou
<<Killing of Palestinian journalist threatens to overshadow Biden's Israel trip.
Joe Biden flies to the Middle East on Tuesday for his first trip to the region since entering the White House. Before a visit to Saudi Arabia – one which reawakens the age-old foreign policy dilemma of realpolitik versus human rights – the US president goes to Israel, where he risks becoming entangled in the storm surrounding the fatal shooting of Palestinian-American journalist Shireen Abu Akleh in May. Biden will be in Israel from Wednesday to Friday on the first stop of his Middle Eastern tour – and is expected to discuss with new Israeli Prime Minister Yair Lapid the deepening ties between Tel Aviv and certain Arab states, as well as US attempts to revive in some form the nuclear deal discarded by his predecessor Donald Trump.
But regardless of these intentions, Biden's visit risks being caught up in the anger over the killing of Shireen Abu Akleh, the Al-Jazeera journalist who was shot dead on May 11 while covering an Israeli military operation in the West Bank town of Jenin, despite wearing a protective helmet and a bulletproof vest bearing the word <Press>.
The controversy especially risks overshadowing Biden’s visit because the highly respected Abu Akleh – who has become a Palestinian icon since her tragic death – was a US citizen. Abu Akleh's family made a direct appeal to Biden in an open letter published on July 8, expressing their <grief, outrage and sense of betrayal concerning your administration's abject response to the extrajudicial killing of our sister and aunt by Israeli forces>. US officials concluded in a report last week that a shot fired from Israeli positions likely killed her, although there was <no reason to believe> her shooting was intentional. But the report also said the bullet was <badly damaged>, which prevented a <clear conclusion>. The late journalist's brother Anton Abu Akleh wrote in the letter on behalf of her family that the <United States has been skulking toward the erasure of any wrongdoing by Israeli forces> and – addressing Biden and US Secretary of State Antony Blinken – <your administration's engagement has served to whitewash Shireen’s killing and perpetuate impunity>. The text concludes with demands for the US Justice Department and FBI to <take action> on what the family believes was an <extrajudicial killing>, alongside a demand for Biden to meet her family to discuss the issue in person. The open letter prompted a sympathetic response from pro-Palestinian activists – including Iyad el-Baghdadi, an influential pro-democracy activist of Palestinian origin, who accused the US of making an exception to equality before the law when it comes to Arab-Americans.
Saudi visit controversy
Even more embarrassingly for the White House, the anger over Abu Akleh's killing further exposes the Democratic Party's divide between leftists and moderates. Democratic Congresswoman Rashida Tlaib, a progressive of Palestinian origin, published a statement on July 8 calling for an independent US investigation into the killing – excoriating the Biden administration and State Department, saying they <admit that Shireen was likely killed by Israeli forces, but extend the benefit of the doubt to a government that has earned none>. More than 80 members of Congress have demanded such an inquiry, including Congresswomen Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Ilhan Omar.>>
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4 July 2022
<<The European Parliament, Strasbourg, July 4th, 2022
Statement/Aljazeera Center for Public Liberties and Human Rights.
We start by wishing Allah’s mercy upon the martyrs of Aljazeera Media network. Aljazeera has lost to this day twelve journalists, all of whom died during journalistic assignments in Iraq, Syria, Afghanistan, the occupied land, and some other parts of the world.
From this influential platform, I repeat the demand, on behalf of the Aljazeera Media network., to release our detained colleagues in Egypt: Ahmed Al-Najdi, Hisham Abdel Aziz, Bahaa El-Din Ibrahim, and Rabie Al-Sheikh. They were all arrested while they were on vacation in Egypt. The Egyptian authorities have arrested them for months without a specific charge. Impunity for crimes against journalists and the media professionals threatens the right to know, the right to press freedom and UN human rights-based efforts to promote peace, security, and sustainable development. The targeting and killing of journalists have escalated into a painful phenomenon that disturbs the public conscience.
Journalism is not a crime.
Killing journalists is a heinous crime.
In this context: We, at Aljazeera Center for Public Liberties and Human Rights condemn in the strongest terms the assassination of our colleague Shireen Abu Aqleh, with whom we had the honor to work for twenty-five years. Shereen was killed in cold blood; She was shot in the head, even though she was wearing a vest bearing the logo of the press.. >>
Do read the full statement here because it also states the names of other Al Jazeera journalists having been murdered or jailed in general :

Opinion by Gino d'Artali
4 July 2022
It's all over the news in the U.S. meaning as spreaded by the Associated Press:
<<US: Test of bullet that killed Al Jazeera journalist inconclusive.
Test of bullet that killed Al Jazeera journalist inconclusive; overall evidence points to Israeli military.>>
There's no access to the article itself saying it's copyrighted. Of course it is. By the Associated Press!
Food for thought: Israel is an ally of the U.S. .

The Guardian
3 July 2022
By Bethan McKernan in Jerusalem
<<Fresh row as Israel to conduct forensic tests on bullet that killed Shireen Abu Aqleh.
Dispute threatens to derail apparent breakthrough in standoff over investigation into Al Jazeera reporter's death. Israel has said it will conduct forensic tests on the bullet that killed the Palestinian-American journalist Shireen Abu Aqleh, a day after Palestinian officials handed over the evidence to a US security coordinator for examination on what they said was the condition that Israel would not be involved. The testing will be carried out by Israeli investigators in the presence of US observers, the Israeli military spokesperson Brig-Gen Ran Kochav told Army Radio on Sunday.
Akram al-Khatib, the general prosecutor for the Palestinian Authority (PA), told Voice of Palestine radio the test would take place at the US embassy in Jerusalem, but that <we got guarantees from the American coordinator that the examination will be conducted by them and that the Israeli side will not take part>. The fresh dispute threatens to derail what on Saturday had appeared to be a major step towards resolving a standoff between Israel and the Palestinians over an investigation into the Al Jazeera reporter's death.>>
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Al Jazeera Centre for
Public Liberties & Human Rights
29 June 2022
<<Shireen Abu Akleh’s thanksgiving took place in London.
On Tuesday, June 28th, the Arab Organisation for Human Rights in the UK held a service of thanksgiving for the life of Shireen Abu Akleh in St. Bride's Church, Fleet St, London. Aljazeera English's Nadim Baba said the thanksgiving service was a chance for participants to honour Abu Akleh and remember her life and work. Abu Akleh was shot in the head by Israeli forces on May 11th while she was on an assignment in Jenin in the Occupied West Bank. Israeli police hit mourners holding her coffin with batons, almost causing it to drop. International condemnation and calls for justice continue. Aljazeera Media Network assigned its legal team to refer her killing to the Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court. The legal file will also include the Israeli bombing of Aljazeera’s office in Gaza in May 2021. Palestinian Attorney-General Akram Al-Khatib said their probe shows the Israeli military intentionally killed Aljazeera reporter Shireen Abu Akleh.>>
Source: Aljazeera.

Embedded a link to an article published by The Washington Post on
13 July 2022
<< <The Washington Post examined more than five dozen videos, social media posts and photos of the event, conducted two physical inspections of the area and commissioned two independent acoustic analyses of the gunshots. That review suggests an Israeli soldier in the convoy likely shot and killed Abu Akleh,> the Washington Post said in its report.>>
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