Yesh Gvul gives Palestinian casualty report to HCJ

By JPOST.COM STAFF
December 11, 2005 19:36
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The Yesh Gvul and Public Committee Against Torture presented figures to the High Court of Justice on Sunday detailing Palestinian casualties in the past five years. According to the report, 430 Palestinians were killed by Israel over the past five years, and 146 of them were innocent. They also listed 670 as wounded, Israel Radio reported. A state representative said that the IAF statistics showed 63 terrorists were killed last year, and three innocent people were killed. During the past year, the IAF said 20 terrorists were killed, four of whom were innocent. The High Court of Justice will publish its decision on targeted assassinations within the next months.

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