I created a series of posters to summarize the main findings I mentioned in my video and followup posts.
The IDF was only in Jenin for perhaps 45 minutes that morning, it was not a large operation. They simply didn't have the time to take over buildings and set up sniper positions in a hostile environment. As we showed in other contexts, some Palestinian observers even identified the snipers all over Jenin as being militants.
Shireen was shot by Palestinian snipers in the buildings opposite her. I don't know if it was accidental or purposeful - they were about 185 meters away so they may have misidentified the helmeted Abu Akleh as a soldier - but the soldiers were in a different direction, and too far away to have fired the gunshots we heard in the videos.
Buy the EoZ book, PROTOCOLS: Exposing Modern Antisemitism today at Amazon!
Or order from your favorite bookseller, using ISBN 9798985708424.
Read all about it here!