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Analysis of the Identities of Gazans Killed During the “Great Return March”

The Hamas-controlled ministry of health in the Gaza Strip reported that 40 Palestinians have been killed during the "great return march" events since March 30, 2018, when the rioting began along the Gaza Strip-Israel border (updated to April 25, 2018). The information provided by the Gaza ministry of health, which is used by the Israeli and international media, does not include a statistical distribution or distinguish between terrorist operatives (and those affiliated with them) and civilians.
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Initial Analysis of the Identities of Gazans Killed During the “Great Return March” on March 30 and April 6, 2018

During and after the events of "great return march" that began on March 20, 2018, between 32 and 34 Palestinians were killed (as of April 11, 2018). Most of them have been identified as terrorist operatives affiliated with Hamas and the other terrorist organizations operating in the Gaza Strip.
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The Fatah movement in Jenin rented a house for the family of Ahmed Nasr Jarar, one of the terrorists who carried out the shooting attack that killed Rabbi Raziel Shevah, to replace the house destroyed by the IDF

The Fatah movement in Jenin rented a house for the family of Ahmed Nasr Khaled Jarar, one of the terrorists who carried out the attack near Havat Gilad (Samaria) in which Rabbi Raziel Shevah was killed. The house was rented to temporarily replace the family's house destroyed by the Israeli security forces. Previously, senior Fatah and Palestinian Authority (PA) figures had visited the mourning tent erected by the family for another relative who had participated in the attack.
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Palestinian Terrorism: Analysis of 2017 and Forecast for 2018

During 2017 the number of terrorist attacks continued to decline. There were 82 significant terrorist attacks, as compared with 142 in 2016 and 134 during the last three months of 2015. In 2017 there were between 4 and 7 significant terrorist attacks a month, but there were also months when the numbers rose to between 10 and 13. Despite the decline in the number of attacks, there was no decline in the number of deaths they caused.
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Senior Fatah and Palestinian Authority (PA) figures pay a condolence call to the family of the terrorist who killed Rabbi Raziel Shevah in a shooting attack in Samaria; Mahmoud Abbas also offered his condolences.

On January 22, 2018, three senior Fatah figures paid a condolence call at the mourning tent erected by the family of Ahmed Isma'il Muhammad Jarar (one of the terrorists who carry out the shooting attack near Havat Gilad in Samaria that killed Rabbi Raziel Shevah).
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News of Terrorism and the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict (January 17 – 23, 2018)

This past week terrorist events focused on three popular terrorism ["popular resistance"] attacks. The Fatah movement disseminated notices calling "to escalate the popular resistance" and "to turn the lives of the settlers into a living hell." Mahmoud Abbas gave two speeches this past week. The first was a speech with strong rhetoric at the al-Azhar conference The second, with softer rhetoric was given at a press conference in Brussels
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