The New York Times became the latest publication to claim that Al Jazeera journalist Shireen Abu Aqleh was killed by a bullet fired by an IDF gun Monday.

According to the investigation by the Times, the bullet that hit Abu Aqleh was apparently shot by a soldier from an elite unit. In all, 16 bullets were fired at five journalists.

The New York Times based its findings on a physical visit to the scene of the shooting, viewing security camera videos, interviews with eyewitnesses, analyzing videos taken by passers-by and consulting with forensic experts in the fields of audio, medicine and weapons.

CNN and the Associated Press have also publish reports claiming that the bullet which killed Abu Aqleh was fired from an Israeli bullet.... Read More: Arutz-7