I wonder what went into Fadel’s mind early morning before his murder?
Fadel, 23 years old the day he was killed, was known to be a gentle person, popular among his coworkers in Reuters where he worked for 3 years.
Around 5 PM, Fadel stepped outside his vehicle to take the last footage in his life. A Flechette Shell (pointed steel projectile, with a vaned tail for stable flight), fired by an IDF tank dug a few meters away from him, aimed precisely to complete the mission to terminate the most dangerous of their enimy, an Arab Journalist, capable of exposing their genocides.
As usual, IDF first comment is to deny the fact (was it Hamas using that tank or something?) then later on to mention that they are sorry for such incident but journalists were putting their lives at risk in areas of combat (does anyone count the times they repeat the same statment?).
Later on, an Israeli military spokeswoman, Major Avital Leibovich, said there had been clashes there throughout the day after the three Israeli troops had been killed overnight in the same area (Again, a typical off shelf comment).
Reuters comments in their article that “The Reuters vehicle was an unarmored sport utility vehicle bearing “TV” and “Press” markings.”
And as usual, an investigation was promised but nothing happened so far.