Palestinian terrorists have carried out nine suicide attacks in Israel and the West Bank since a hudna (truce) was declared on February 8, 2005. All but one attack have been carried out by Islamic Jihad: April 17, 2006: A bomber blows himself up at the same Tel Aviv restaurant targeted in January, killing seven people. March 30, 2006: A bomber disguised as a Jewish hitchhiker blows himself up in a car outside a West Bank settlement, killing four Israelis who had stopped to pick him up. The Aksa Martyrs' Brigades, a violent offshoot of Palestinian Chairman Mahmoud Abbas's Fatah Party, claims responsibility. January 19, 2006: A bomber disguised as a peddler blows himself up in a Tel Aviv felafel stand, wounding 20 people. December 29, 2005: A bomber explodes at an army checkpoint in the West Bank, killing a soldier and two Palestinians. December 5, 2005: A bomber blows himself up at a shopping mall in Netanya, killing five. October 26 2005: A bomber blows himself up in Hadera at a food stand, killing five. August 28, 2005: A bomber blows himself up in Beersheba, killing only himself. July 12, 2005: A bomber blows himself up outside a shopping mall in Netanya, killing five. February 25, 2005: In the first attack after a truce, a bomber blows himself up in crowd near a Tel Aviv nightclub, killing four.