The Israeli Information Center for Human Rights in the Occupied Territories, B’Tselem, reported that 2600 Palestinians and 230 Israelis, including soldiers, were killed in the Gaza Strip since it was occupied by Israel in 1967.

The data was collected by B’Tselem, along with other human rights organizations.

In the period between December 1987 and the beginning of 1993, 29 Israelis, including soldiers, were killed by attacks carried out by Palestinians. This period marks the timeframe of the first Intifada.

39 Israelis were killed after the Oslo agreement, between the period of 1993 and 2000.

124 Israelis including, 85 soldiers, have been killed since the Al Aqsa Intifada began in late October 2000.  Seven settlers were killed by homemade shells fired by the Palestinian resistance. 

According to army data, resistance groups fired more than 500 homemade shells and 6000 mortars at settlements and military targets.

 

The Families of Martyrs Organization, which also participated in the study, reported that 950 Palestinians have been killed in the Gaza Strip since the beginning of the Al Aqsa Intifada. 

4651 Palestinians have been killed by Israeli military fire since the beginning of the first Intifada, B’Tselem reported. 2224 (47%) residents were killed in the Gaza Strip and 2427 (53%) were killed in the West Bank

During the first Intifada, Israeli soldiers killed 414 residents in the Gaza Strip, and 656 residents in the West Bank.  92 residents were killed in the period between 1992 and 2000.

The number of residents killed by the Israeli army in the West Bank and the Gaza Strip since the beginning of the Al Aqsa Intifada has reached 3265, including 1718 residents killed in the Gaza Strip.

The number of Palestinian children killed by Israeli military fire in the Gaza Strip over the last five years has reached 185.

The results of the study are completely different from Palestinian data collected by humanitarian organizations in the occupied territories, which reveal that 1996 Palestinian have been killed during the Al Aqsa Intifada, including 400 children.

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