Israeli military investigations said Friday that they have been unable thus far to determine whether an Arab-American journalist killed during a gunfight in Jenin Wednesday was struck by a bullet fired by Israeli soldiers or Palestinian Arab terrorists.

An IDF spokesperson on Friday announced the interim findings of an army probe into the death of Shireen Abu Aqleh, the 51-year-old Jerusalem-born journalist who was shot dead after terrorists opened fire on Israeli soldiers in Jenin Wednesday morning, sparking a firefight.

“It is the interim finding of the investigation that the source of the fire which killed the journalist cannot be determined,” the spokesperson said.

Investigators said there are two likely sources of the fatal gunfire: “massive gunfire by armed Palestinians trying to hit the army force”, or one of the rounds fired by “one of the soldiers from special slits in their jeep through a telescopic sight towards the terrorists who were shooting at the soldier’s vehicle.”... Read More: Arutz-7