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Would like to see a breakdown of deaths of Palestinians and Israelis during intifada 2..
adults versus kids
Is such data available???
Posted by: Dick Adler at December 17, 2003 11:13 PM
The International Policy Institute for Counter-Terrorism (www.ict.org.il) has published a statistical analysis of Palestinian and Israeli fatalities since Arafat and his thugs refused peace and started to murder unarmed Israeli civilians in October of 2000.
* 80% of the Israeli fatalities were non-combattants, unarmed civilians.
On the other hand:
* 54% of the Palestinian fatalities were combattants, mostly armed men.
For more details, including graphs, check out this article http://www.factsofisrael.com/load.php?p=/blog/archives/000269.html
Posted by: David Melle at December 18, 2003 08:18 AM
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