IDF suicide statistics

Suicide cases in the Israeli army since 1980:

By ARIEH O'SULLIVAN
October 11, 2005 02:23

 
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Suicide cases in the Israeli army since 1980: 35 in 1980 20 in 1981 31 in 1982 19 in 1983 36 in 1984 26 in 1985 15 in 1986 29 in 1987 30 in 1988 41 in 1989 35 in 1990 41 in 1991 37 in 1992 38 in 1993 43 in 1994 43 in 1995 29 in 1996 32 in 1997 37 in 1998 30 in 1999 24 in 2000 38 in 2001 26 in 2002 37 in 2003 28 in 2004

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