Palestinian Journalist Shot by Israeli Forces in Gaza Protests Dies

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In addition to deaths by sniper-fire, the Gaza Health Ministry has said that several Palestinians have also been killed by tank-fire. Police previously released two computer-generated images of the suspects, showing two light-skinned men with beards.

Israel has always been suspected of involvement in a series of assassination attempts on the lives of Hamas commanders, many of them outside of Gaza and the West Bank.

Yasser Murtaja, a Palestinian cameraman, was killed three weeks ago also while covering the six-week rallies and protests organized in the Gaza Strip between the eastern areas of the coastal enclave and Israel. Police said security video showed the suspects had waited for him for nearly 20 minutes.

Police chief Mohamed Fuzi Harun said they managed to get a facial identification of the suspect with the help of the public shortly after they recovered a powerful Kawazaki motor bike used by the killers in the drive-by shooting.

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Israel has not commented.

Police said al-Batsh, 34, was hit with more than a dozen bullets by the assailants, who shot from a motorcycle as he was heading to a mosque for dawn prayers in a suburb near Kuala Lumpur.

"Every Palestinian who has heard of this assassination is saddened and shocked", said Muslim Imran, chairman of the Palestinian Cultural Organization of Malaysia.

The family said the body was expected to cross from Israel late Wednesday, with the funeral to be held tomorrow.

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Israel claimed he was a Hamas member, but provided no evidence. But later its top leader accused Mossad of killing al-Batsh and threatened retaliation.

"Israel has been always on the attack and has always sought the help of other parties to fight Palestine", Anwar said.

The network reported that Israeli Defence Minister Avigdor Lieberman had said that the request was in line with Israel's policy on preventing the transfer of the bodies of martyrs from the Hamas movement for burial in the Gaza Strip.

Al-Batsh, an electrical engineering lecturer at a Malaysian university, was believed to have been working on Hamas' unmanned aerial vehicle program and was working on improving the accuracy of its rockets.

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