On Wednesday evening, Israel’s military channel, Channel 10, aired a special program that featured a discussion on the ongoing battle between Hamas and Israel, titled “The Gaza War and Its Causes.”
It also featured a segment on the recent incident of an Israeli soldier killing an Eritrean man in the West Bank.
The program was produced by a group of veterans of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, who have been active in the country’s political arena for decades, as well as the political wing of the Israel Defense Forces.
The veteran political and military leaders of the group include retired IDF Chief of Staff Gen. Benny Gantz, who serves as an advisor to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
The channel also aired a segment titled “An Intimate Story of the Gaza War,” in which the group interviewed the man who shot the Palestinian man.
The man, who is unidentified, is the father of the Palestinian boy, who was killed by an Israeli airstrike in the Gaza Strip last year.
The man, identified only as Omer, said he is from the Gaza-based group Islamic Jihad.
The group said in a statement on its website that Omer was in the Palestinian territory when he was killed.
It is unclear if the segment featured Omer’s story.
In a statement to The Associated Press on Thursday, a spokesperson for the Channel 10 said the interview was conducted in a private setting.
It said that the program was conducted with the participation of the man’s father.
“The military is fully aware of the sensitivities surrounding this matter and we are aware that the IDF has to remain cautious about any information about the event that may affect the course of events,” the statement read.
The IDF declined to comment.
A statement issued by Channel 10’s director of operations, Lt.
Col. Yuval Korsia, said in an email that the interview featured a number of facts about the events in Gaza.
It was broadcast as part of the “Operation The Shield” to help the Israeli public understand the operation and to educate the public about the dangers of the conflict.
The statement added that the report included an interview with the father, who told the military that his son was a member of Islamic Jihad, a militant group in the region that has pledged allegiance to Hamas, the group that controls the Gaza strip.
The Channel 10 report did not include any video of the shooting, which the military says took place on May 12, 2014.
The video appears to show a Palestinian who appears to be a young boy carrying a weapon, walking toward an Israeli military vehicle.
The Israeli vehicle then drives into the car and fires at the child, killing him.
The footage was captured by a security camera, which shows a young Palestinian man lying on the ground with a gun in his hand.
A soldier then opens fire, hitting the child in the head.
The Israeli military has said it believes the video is authentic.
The IDF has not released any additional information on the circumstances of the child’s death.
The military has not publicly acknowledged any involvement in the incident.