Repercussions of Shireen Abu Aqleh's Assassination, Bennet's in Trouble

May 15, 2022 03:58 pm

The topics discussed in the Israeli press have varied, and although the current phase is witnessing dangerous headlines and stations, there are frequent repercussions for the assassination of Shireen Abu Aqleh, Al Jazeera's journalist.

The death of Al Jazeera journalist Shireen Abu Aqleh in Jenin put the Israeli occupation in a media distress before the world, even before it was found who shot here, Haaretz reported. 

The newspaper added that her funeral in Al-Quds had often inflicted real political damage after the police had used considerable force, including the use of batons against Palestinians who carried her coffin, in images that were broadcast around the world.

Under the heading: "A disgrace", the Haaretz newspaper stated in its opening article that what happened at the funeral of Al Jazeera correspondent Shireen Abu Aqleh was a disgrace to the Israeli occupation.

Nir Hasson, in an article in the same newspaper, entitled "A Concrete and Radical Expression of Occupation and Insult to Palestinians", said that the confrontations are not catastrophic for the occupation, but rather an expression of its abject failure. The policemen on the ground and their commanders are again and again using unjustified violence because they do not consider Palestinians to be human beings who deserve respect. "

In his article entitled "The World Against Us, and This Time Rightly" on Yedioth Ahronoth, Itmar Aykhtar was impressed, "When will they understand in the Israeli leadership that we must not be so right. So why not to be a little wise too?

On another topic, Amos Har'el, entitled "Stormy May Will Continue" on Haaretz said that the changes in Bennett's office increase the risk of security adventures, and its compressed situation could bring political considerations into strategic decisions. The writer adds that the field continues to burn, and Nakba Day, which will be observed today, as well as Al-Quds settlers' marches in two weeks' time, do not indicate calm.