I agree, we don't have all the information and we need to be patient, unlike the MSM who accuse first & then never admit when they're wrong.There's just no way to know yet, and you're kind of taking a side based on some pretty sketchy sources. A journalist civillian is dead, and that is really really bad. Isreal has committed to an independant investigation which is good, that's the right thing to do. I don't know why palestine would be hesitant but whatever, lets see what the investigation says.
As far as not being in the 'immediate' area of the gun fight, those situations are fluid and rifle bullets can go a long long way. And it's very easy to get turned around or disoriented under fire and make a mistake, for either side.
As to the funeral - it completely lacks context. I have a hard time believing that those troops just showed up out of the blue for no reason and decided to block people. The story doesn't contain ANYTHING as to why that happened, all we're seeing is the melee after. That really doesn't tell us anything about whether or not that was justified or why it started or the like.
I think we're going to have to wait for a little more info before condemning anyone for any of this just yet. Obviously both sides have reason to 'spin' things.
But what I was saying is that for the most part, Israel is quite good at making sure their people are held accountable, They do this, I believe, because they're already accused of almost anything that happens in the world. More often than not, they're accused of things they're not guilty of which (again) is the reason why they hold their people to account.