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  Israeli Attacks Intensify In Gaza, 21 Palestinians Killed As Israelis Retake Empty Jewish Settlements - CBS News
Israeli soldiers take position in a house during an operation on the outskirts of Beit Lahiya in the northern Gaza Strip, Thursday, July 6, 2006.
Twenty Palestinians were killed in air strikes and gun battles throughout the day, including eight Palestinians killed in aerial attacks in the Beit Lahiya area, Palestinian medical officials said.
An Israeli soldier died in one of the skirmishes, the first Israeli casualty of the incursion.
www.cbsnews.com /stories/2006/07/06/world/main1779893_page2.shtml   (691 words)

 The Suicide Bombers - The New York Review of Books
Eighteen Palestinians were killed by Israelis in the clashes that day (in comparison, four were killed in the skirmishes that started the current intifada).
It is true that the Palestinian community is in a state of despair, but this does not mean that each and every person, in his or her personal life, is in despair—any more than the fact that the US is relatively rich makes each American rich.
The suicide bombers convey to the Israelis the message that the resentment of the Palestinians, or at least of a good many of them, cannot be alleviated by Jews and that their demands cannot be met.
www.nybooks.com /articles/15979   (5562 words)

  At Least 2 Palestinians Killed by Israelis - 2001-10-18   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
Palestinian security officials say a schoolgirl was killed by Israeli tank fire in Jenin and a Palestinian policeman was killed as tanks and bulldozers pushed into the outskirts of Ramallah.
The PFLP says the shooting was in response for the targeted killing of its leader, Abu Ali Mustafa, by the Israeli military earlier this year.
The slain Israeli politician was known for his hard-line positions against the Palestinians.
www.voanews.com /english/archive/2001-10/a-2001-10-18-29-At.cfm   (386 words)

 The “al-Aqsa Intifada” — An Engineered Tragedy
Palestinian fatalities, in contrast, have been consistently and overwhelmingly (over 95 percent) male; even when combatants (almost all of whom have been male) are removed from consideration, just 8 percent of Palestinians killed by Israel have been female.
Israeli combatant fatalities are concentrated in a narrow age range, as we would expect for soldiers in a uniformed army.
This pattern of Palestinian deaths completely contradicts accusations that Israel has “indiscriminately targeted women and children.” It is clear that the vast majority of the Palestinians killed did not die as the result of random Israeli attacks on inhabited areas, or on mixed-sex crowds at roadblocks and the like.
www.thenausea.com /elements/Palestine/2005/articledet.html   (1237 words)

 ZNet | Mideast | It's The Occupation
According to former Israeli parliamentarian Uri Avnery, Israeli sharpshooters are being used to target the participants in the uprisings, and thus far 24 Palestinian children have been killed and 1134 injured, with 78% of the injuries being to the upper body (especially the eyes), and 21% of the injuries caused by live ammunition.
Palestinians fail to understand the Israeli obsession with security, based on Israeli's self-perception as an island in an Arab sea, recognizing that to lose a war is tantamount to disappearance as a nation.
Israelis' fail to understand Palestinians' legitimate claims to the land and need for a viable state, and that Palestinians see themselves as having borne the brunt of an oppressive military occupation for many decades.
www.zmag.org /content/Mideast/thomson_occupation.cfm   (1460 words)

 At Least 12 Palestinians Killed by Israelis in Gaza Fighting - washingtonpost.com
Palestinian hospital officials reported that three men were killed in the air strike; officials from the Izzedine al-Qassam Brigades confirmed the men belonged to their group.
Palestinian hospital officials reported that a woman standing in her front yard was also killed by Israeli gunfire in the area.
Israeli forces reentered the strip over the summer, after the June 25 capture of an army corporal in a cross-border raid carried out by Hamas's military wing and two smaller armed groups at war with the Jewish state.
www.washingtonpost.com /wp-dyn/content/article/2006/10/13/AR2006101300255.html   (753 words)

 CNN.com - Five Israelis killed in terror attack - Nov. 11, 2002
Israeli forces shot and killed a top Islamic militant early Saturday after he opened fire on them in the old city of Jenin, according to Israeli and Palestinian sources.
Palestinian security sources confirmed Sawalcha was killed by the IDF and said he was the head of the military wing of the Palestinian Islamic Jihad in Jenin.
Palestinian Islamic Jihad is a militant group dedicated to the creation of an Islamic Palestinian state and the destruction of Israel.
www.cnn.com /2002/WORLD/meast/11/10/mideast   (416 words)

 International Solidarity Movement » 9 Palestinians killed by Israelis in past 24 hours
In a press conference held at his Ramallah office, the Minister of Information pointed out that 23 Palestinians have been killed by Israelis since the formation of the National Unity Government on 18 March, most of whom were civilians including 3 children, while no Israelis have been killed in the same period.
Barghouthi added that most of those killed by the Israeli army have died of injuries to the head and chest, indicating a deliberate policy of ’shoot to kill’.
He added that this was a deliberate strategy on the part of the Israeli government to buy time to irreversibly change facts on the ground through the continued expropriation of land and other natural resources, the construction of the Apartheid Wall, and the expansion of illegal settlements.
www.palsolidarity.org /main/2007/04/23/9-palestinians-killed   (393 words)

 Arab-News-Palestinians lead Israelis in push for consensus   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
Palestinians to left and right say they are united in their struggle for independence, and Israeli officials insist they are fighting only in self-defense.
Israeli forces have also killed 13 unarmed Israeli Arabs who demonstrated in protest at the killing of Palestinians in the West Bank and Gaza Strip after the start in late September of an Intifada (uprising) against Israeli occupation.
Israelis on the left say the Intifada has strengthened right-wingers who point to religion to justify the use of brute force to retain control of most of the West Bank and Gaza.
www3.estart.com /arab/news/palisrconsensus.html   (950 words)

 Palestine (Harpers.org)
Killings continued in Israel and Palestine despite the cease-fire; among those murdered were two Israeli soldiers, who were lured into a trap by a suicide bomber, and a Palestinian man who was thought to be “moving suspiciously” and ran when challenged by soldiers, who shot him in the back.
Israelis and Palestinians continued to kill one another; a poll showed that 74 percent of Israelis backed their government's “seek-and-kill” policy of assassinating Palestinian militants, though just 22 percent thought it decreased terrorism and 45 percent said it probably increased terror attacks.
Israeli officials initially disputed the claim that bystanders were injured in the second strike and released a videotape as evidence; upon closer examination, however, the tape confirmed the Palestinian version of the events.
harpers.org /Palestine.html   (4111 words)

 English Email Update, Jan. 15, 2006
Palestinians killed fifty Israelis inside Israel and in the Occupied Territories, of whom six were minors.
Palestinian travel is forbidden or restricted on 41 sections of road, a total of approximately 700 kilometers, some of which are intended for Jews only.
Israeli officials who have of late raised their voices against this phenomenon are those who have allowed the IDF to enable these violent acts to continue.
www.btselem.org /english/email_update/20060115.html   (1487 words)

 Off the Charts - Television News Coverage of Israeli & Palestinian Deaths
Thus the ratio of Palestinian to Israeli deaths was 7.7 to 1, more than double the first year’s ratio of 3.3 Palestinian deaths for each Israeli death.
NBC reported on 8 Israeli children’s deaths and 18 Palestinian children’s deaths – 100% of Israeli children and 10% of Palestinian killed during 2004, a ratio of 9.9, down from 12.4.
By omitting the killings of a great number of Palestinian children, ABC, CBS, and NBC were failing to perform their function as new agencies – the reporting of the news.
www.ifamericansknew.org /media/net-report.html   (4255 words)

 BBC NEWS | Middle East | Palestinians killed as Israelis vote
Palestinian medics said three of those killed in Jenin were involved in an exchange of fire with Israeli troops.
Palestinian security sources said the blast was caused by an Israeli helicopter missile attack, but Israeli security sources denied that such an attack took place in the area.
Israeli radio stations said the blast was caused by the premature explosion of a bomb being prepared by militants.
news.bbc.co.uk /2/hi/middle_east/2700493.stm   (356 words)

 Pakistan Times | Top Story: Four Palestinians Killed by Israelis in Gaza
RAMALLAH (West Bank}: Four Palestinians were killed by Israeli fire in two separate shootings in the West Bank and Gaza Strip on Sunday, one of them a local militant leader, Israeli and Palestinian sources said.
Earlier, a Palestinian gunman was shot dead by soldiers in the central Gaza Strip near the Kissufim trade checkpoint, the Israeli military said.
Meanwhile, a Palestinian wounded Saturday by Israeli fire near the Netzarim settlement in the central Gaza Strip, died of his injuries, said a Palestinian medical source, naming the victim as Riad Hassan Tammus, 53.
pakistantimes.net /2004/11/22/top7.htm   (455 words)

 Israelis and Palestinians Killed since 9/29/2000
These numbers include civilians and combattants killed by members of the opposing nationality (and therefore, do not include Palestinians killed by an explosive device that they set or was on their person, Israelis killed in 'friendly fire' incidents, etc.).
The figure for Palestinian deaths is extremely conservative, since it is difficult for B'Tselem to report on deaths in the Palestinian territories.
In the past we used the statistics provided by Israel’s military for the number of Israelis killed, but they have not updated their statistics page since early in 2006.
www.ifamericansknew.org /stats/deaths.html   (468 words)

 CNN.com - Six Israeli soldiers, seven Palestinians dead in Gaza fighting - May 11, 2004
Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon vows again to seek out and strike Palestinian militants, after six Israeli soldiers were killed in a Gaza City explosion.
He said the Israeli military is in control of the area where the Israeli soldiers were killed and his troops were conducting house-to-house searches for their remains.
Palestinians have criticized Israel's new plan, charging Sharon is attempting to circumvent the negotiations called for in the road map to Middle East peace, which is supported by the United States, the United Nations, the European Union and Russia.
www.cnn.com /2004/WORLD/meast/05/11/mideast.violence/index.html   (806 words)

 What the Fatality Statistics Tell Us
The Palestinians also counted their dead: 115 in September-October 2000 (the majority of whom were killed during demonstrations, and among whom were 32 children killed by IDF fire), 109 in November 2000, 48 in December 2000, 18 in January 2001, and 20 in February.
B'Tselem determined that 291 Palestinian security personnel were killed, some of whom were participating in the fighting, whether during an IDF incursion or during attacks they initiated in the settlements or against soldiers.
Like the Israelis, who experience the horror of bus bombings, the Palestinians too are all exposed to the terror of missiles and bombs exploding in the heart of the civilian population centers.
www.dissidentvoice.org /Articles8/Hass_Palestine-Fatalities.htm   (970 words)

 Child among eight killed by Israelis -DAWN - Top Stories; 05 October, 2004
JABALIYA, Oct 4: Eight Palestinians, including a child and a teenage girl, were killed by Israeli fire in the Gaza Strip on Monday as Israel's army warned its massive offensive could last for weeks.
Israeli chief of staff General Moshe Yaalon warned that the onslaught, aimed at establishing a buffer zone to prevent militants from firing home made and generally inaccurate rockets at Israel, could last for weeks.
The Palestinian cabinet has declared a state of emergency in the face of the onslaught while the UN Security Council was set to debate the continuing Gaza operation at an emergency session in New York later on Monday.
www.dawn.com /2004/10/05/top12.htm   (505 words)

 Agence Global - Article
A total of 621 Palestinian children under the age of 17 have been killed by the Israeli occupation forces, of whom 411 were shot with live ammunition and 200 were shot in the head, face or neck.
Mustafa Barghouthi, the director of the Palestinian Health Development and Information Project, and a respected independent political democracy activist based in Ramallah who directs the Palestine Monitor, charged Monday that “the telling figures of head injuries among children obviously indicates that Israeli forces were shooting to kill.
A total of 424 Palestinians have died in “extra-judicial executions” (targeted assassinations) by Israel, of whom 186 were bystanders or “unintended” victims, including 39 children and 26 women.
www.agenceglobal.com /article.asp?id=254   (734 words)

 Portsmouth Herald World News: 4 Palestinians Killed by Israelis
Soldiers of the elite commando unit Egoz, which is trained for guerrilla warfare, spotted three Palestinians trying to plant a bomb in the area of Shavei Shomron, a Jewish settlement near the Palestinian town of Nablus, said the brigade commander in the area, Col. Yossi Adiri.
Israeli troops eventually permitted ambulances to take away the bodies of the three villagers, but kept the body of a gunman killed in the first clash, Ismail said.
Adiri, the Israeli commander, said he had passed warnings to Palestinian officials after the first incident that no one should approach the area because troops were still operating there.
www.seacoastonline.com /2001news/8_22_w2.htm   (648 words)

 t r u t h o u t - At Least 3 Palestinians Are Killed as Israelis Fire on a Jenin Market
The Israeli Army spokesman's office said that three Palestinians were killed and that an initial inquiry "indicates that the force erred in its action." An investigation is continuing, the army added.
Israeli forces also shot dead an 8-year-old Palestinian boy in a raid in the Gaza Strip after an Israeli was seriously wounded in an attack by militants near the Jewish settlement of Netzarim.
The Israelis opened fire." Hospital officials said that a 6-year-old boy and a 7-year-old girl were killed as well as the deputy director of the city's education department.
www.truthout.org /docs_02/06.22B.il.pale.p.htm   (1077 words)

 Clashes in Gaza follow deadly rocket attack / 2 Israelis, 5 Palestinians killed -- Sharon predicts broader offense
On Wednesday, Israeli soldiers clashed repeatedly with Palestinian gunmen and stone-throwing youths on the outskirts of the Jabaliya refugee camp, a leading source of the rocket fire, according to the military.
Two were killed in Jabaliya, and the third in a separate incident outside the Jewish settlement of Netzarim, farther to the south, according to Palestinian hospital officials.
One Palestinian gunman was fatally shot and another Palestinian was killed in a missile strike.
sfgate.com /cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/c/a/2004/09/30/MNGN3916671.DTL   (391 words)

 6 Israelis, 8 Palestinians Killed
Friends of slain Israeli soldier Amir Mansuri, who was killed in an ambush in the Gaza Strip on February 18, 2002, mourn during his funeral in Jerusalem Feb. 19.
In one Israeli strike, helicopter gunships fired three missiles at the office of the Islamic militant group Hamas in the crowded Jebalya refugee camp, killing two Palestinians and critically wounding four, including a 10-year-old girl, doctors said.
Another Palestinian was killed by Israeli troops as he attempted to carry out a shooting attack.
www.china.org.cn /english/FR/27194.htm   (818 words)

 Three Palestinians killed; two Israelis wounded in territories - Haaretz - Israel News
The third Palestinian was shot dead near the border fence in the northern Gaza Strip.
Military sources said two Palestinians were some 100 meters away from the fence and did not heed the calls to stop.
Referring to the incident, Palestinian security officials and witnesses said a teenager was killed by IDF fire on the outskirts of the northern Gaza town of Beit Hanun.
www.haaretz.com /hasen/spages/780047.html   (558 words)

 If Americans Knew - what every American needs to know about Israel/Palestine
122 Israeli children have been killed by Palestinians and 836 Palestinian children have been killed by Israelis since September 29, 2000.
Israel has been targeted by at least 65 UN resolutions and the Palestinians have been targeted by none.
The Israeli unemployment rate is 9%, while the Palestinian unemployment is estimated at 40%.
www.ifamericansknew.org   (336 words)

 B'Tselem - Oct. 27 2005: Four Israelis civilians killed by Palestinians in the city of Hadera
B'Tselem strongly condemns the attack in Hadera yesterday, in which five Israelis were killed.
Specifically, the intentional killing of civilians is considered a “grave breach” of international humanitarian law and a war crime.
B'Tselem demands that the Palestinian Authority do everything within its power to prevent future attacks and to prosecute the individuals involved in the recent attacks, as well as in past ones.
www.btselem.org /English/Israeli_Civilians/20051027.asp   (103 words)

 Bethlehem Media Net: Point of View   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
In contrast, most Palestinian deaths are ignored by the media but when mentioned are cited mainly as impersonal statistics.
In the coverage of Israeli deaths, readers were given extensive details about the victims' lives, making their deaths more personal to readers and more horrendous, even though all of the deaths, Israeli and Palestinian, are equally tragic.
The numerous and constant heartrending scenes of Israeli families mourning their dead at gravesides were also missing from coverage of Palestinian deaths.
www.bethlehemmedia.net /point1.htm   (547 words)

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