According to Ali Al-Amoudi, chief of Hamas’ media division, the information shown in the program “What is Hidden is Greater” proves that there was cooperation, deliberate targeting of witnesses and evidence, and an effort to distort the truth and avoid accountability.
In a news release on Saturday, Al-Amoudi further stated that the targeting of journalists was part of “an Israeli plan to terrorise them and cover up its crimes and violations,” emphasising that there is no statute of limitations on these offences.
The crimes of the occupation, he emphasised, “will not intimidate our free patriotic media, whom we express our pride and pride in, from carrying out their sacred duty to convey the voice of our people to the world and mobilise all energies to support our just cause and resist the occupation by all possible means, expose its crimes and reveal its fascist, racist truth.”
A top official in the office of the former Israeli occupation army minister, Benny Gantz, claimed to US officials that he was responsible for the murder of journalist Sherine Abu Aqelah, according to the investigative programme “What is Hidden is Greater” on the Qatari Al-Jazeera channel.
The top Israeli official told his American colleagues that the assassination of “Abu Aqelah” was an error and that “Israel” would not publicise or formally accept it, according to the programme produced by the media, Tamer Al-Mishal, and shown this evening, Friday.
In the incidents of journalist assassinations, “What is Hidden is Greater” obtained Israeli investigative records, which exposed the depth of Israeli manipulation and evasion of these crimes.
Exclusive information was provided on the programme regarding Israel’s deliberate targeting of Palestinian journalists.
A team from the American Bureau of Investigation (FBI) allegedly performed a field investigation in Jenin in the case of the murder of journalist Sherine Abu Aqleh, according to the “Killing the Evidence” episode.
According to the American expert Stephen Buck, the dispute over who fired the bullets was resolved by an auditory examination of the ones that struck “Abu Aqila” and their flight paths.
Bey clarified that the distance between the shooting and the Israeli forces’ direction was only about 200 metres.