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HRW official says captives killed by Israeli forces underscore its ‘shooting first, asking later’ practice

By: Web Desk
Israel and Palestine’s director for Human Rights Watch, Omar Shakir said that the killings of the three shirtless captives bearing a self-made white flag by Israeli forces in Gaza underscores “Israel forces’ longstanding practice of shooting first, asking later”.

The incident also shows Israel’s “track record of unlawfully firing at unarmed people who pose no threat without impunity – even those waving white flags”, Shakir said in a post on X.

The killing triggered further pressure on Israel’s war cabinet to resume talks for the release of the remaining captives. Media reports said a meeting between Qatari and Israeli officials took place in Norway to explore a new deal.

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