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Over 230 Palestinians have been killed, and 18,500 injured, since beginning of ‘Jerusalem Intifada’ a year ago

Ma‘an News has collected data regarding every person who has died as part of the 'Jerusalem Intifada'. Of the 274 individuals that have been killed between Oct. 1, 2015, to Sept. 30, 2016: 235 were Palestinians (85.8 percent of deaths), 34 were Israeli (12.4 percent), and five (1.8 percent) were foreign nationals.
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