ISLAMABAD (Agencies) A Pakistani journalist who was captured during a naval attack on the Gaza-bound aid flotilla said Wednesday that Israeli soldiers were shooting people in cold blood. Talat Hussain, one of the 124 people arriving in Jordan following their release by the Israeli authorities, said the commandos shot people in the forehead. I witnessed myself the first Israeli assault on the ship. There was no weapon on the ship, Hussain told a news channel by phone from Jordan. Scuffles broke out when the Israelis tried to arrest people. After that people threw at the Israelis whatever they got hold of. Four people were shot in the forehead in front of me. I witnessed four people dying, said Talat, executive director and anchor of a TV channel. He said he would provide a video of the whole episode. Talats producer and a Pakistani aid worker were also among those deported through Jordan.