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Thursday, January 20, 2005

Israeli terror fatalities from 1967, from Jewish Virtual Library

1967 16
1968 39
1969 32
1970 17
1971 27
1972 1
1973 3
1974 16
1975 26
1976 5
1977 41
1978 12
1979 14
1980 10
1981 5
1982 2
1983 6
1984 7
1985 14
1986 7
1987 5
1988 14
1989 32
1990 23
1991 26
1992 39
1993 64 (38 before Oslo, 26 after Oslo)
1994 73
1995 52
1996 87
1997 31
1998 13
1999 4
2000 47
2001 206
2002 452
2003 214
2004 (Thru August ) 97

The number of people killed by Palestinian terrorists in the five years immediately after the Oslo accord (256) was greater than the number killed in the 15 years preceding the agreement (216). During the six years of the first uprising (Dec. 9, 1987 to Sep. 9, 1993), 172 people were murdered. More than 1,000 Israelis have been killed during the "al-Aqsa uprising" beginning in September 2000.

Note: Figures include Israeli civilians and security personnel, and foreigners killed in Palestinian terrorist attacks in Israel and the territories. They do not include Palestinians killed by other Palestinians on suspicion of cooperating with Israel. The date of September 9, 1993, is used to mark the beginning of the Oslo process since it was on that date that PLO Chairman Yasser Arafat and Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin exchanged letters in which Arafat renounced terrorism and recognized Israel. These letters were incorporated into the Oslo Accords, which were signed on the White House lawn four days later.