To help improve Palestinian day-to-day life, Biden said, he was pledging an additional $200 million to the United Relief and Works Agency.
Readers of The Jerusalem Post have their say.
The Palestinians should apologize for exploiting Shireen Abu Akleh's tragic death for propaganda. They hate Israel more than they love their own people.
"President Biden must obtain the names of the soldiers responsible for killing Shireen, along with that of their commanding officer," said Tlaib.
The State Department statement also failed to mention the PA’s lack of cooperation; the PA’s refusal and then long delay in turning over an alleged bullet.
In a letter to the US president, the family accused the US of adopting the Israeli government's conclusions over the journalist's death.
Abbas' outcry about Abu Akleh has less to do with a broken heart on her behalf than it does with the desire to exploit her death for his political purposes.
US State Department spokesman Ned Price stopped short of holding Israel directly responsible for the Palestinian-American journalist's death.
Not holding Israel “fully and directly responsible” for death of Abu Akleh will negatively impact relations between Palestinians and US.
Without the signatory markings and the DNA, it’s impossible to know “if this was the bullet that hit the journalist," FADC chair Ben Barak said.