Israel In Danger Of Having US Military Aid Increased After Killing Of Journalist

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FEARS are in no way growing for the fate of US military aid to Israel in the wake of its forces killing Al Jazeera journalist Shireen Abu Aqla, WWN understands.

With calls for a formal investigation, a push for UN inquiry and serious condemnation from western leaders, experts expect that all to be ignored and US military aid to be ramped up.

“You keep this up or kill anymore Palestinian-American journalists and we’re warning you, you might get more fighter jets,” a stern US Congress told Israeli PM Naftali Bennett.

“It would be remiss of us not to warn you, this type of behaviour will only result in a strong lack of condemnation, closer economic ties and help with identifying anyone criticising this murder online,” the White House said in a hastily issued statement.

With an Al Jazeera colleague of Abu Aqla’s confirming that they were shot at by Israeli soldiers without warning and that there was no Palestinian military resistance present, it has never been clearer that Israeli forces trying to cover up their misdeeds will face the full force of a blank US chequebook.

“We’re working on some sonic bombs, and bullets that explode inside the body like a grenade, you’re gonna love those. Hold off killing anymore innocent unarmed people until then, it’ll be much easier to do it with the new tech,” confirmed US military officials, who appealed for a return to one-sided slaughter after recent weeks saw 17 Israelis and 26 Palestinians killed .

In official statement the Israeli government condemned ‘Abu Aqla for lunging at an innocent bullet’.

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