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settler-related violence (chart
includes all casualties
that occurred in
violent incidents immediately related to the Israeli occupation and the
Israeli-Palestinian conflict, such as military operations, search and
arrest campaigns, clashes during demonstrations, attacks involving
Israeli settlers, etc. These figures exclude other related casualties
such as those in the context of access delays, the explosion of
unexploded ordnance, reckless handling of weapons, collapse of tunnels,
and internal Palestinian violence.
includes people who, according to the
available at the time of publication, did not fulfill a
“continuous combatant function” as part of an
organized armed group, regardless of the circumstances of their injury
or killing. Figures in this category should not be considered
comprehensive, as unconfirmed or disputed cases are excluded.
- Tunnel related casualties: figures in this
category may overlap with
those under conflict-related casualties, as it includes casualties in
the context of Israeli attacks targeting tunnels, as well as those
resulting from tunnel collapses and other accidents.
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resulting in casualties:
includes all violent incidents involving Israeli settlers and
Palestinians, including those in which the injury was caused by a
member of the Israeli security forces during an intervention in such an
- Incidents resulting in property damage/ losses:
- Palestinians in Israeli custody: includes all
Palestinians from the oPt held by the Israeli authorities at the end of
each month, whether in Israel or in the West Bank, in connection to an
offense related to the Israeli occupation and classified by the Israeli
authorities as a “security detainee/prisoner”.
Therefore it excludes Palestinians held in connection to a
“regular” criminal offense.
- Administrative detainees: Palestinians held by the
authorities without charge or trial, allegedly for preventive purposes.
- Structures demolished: includes all
structures in the oPt demolished by the Israeli authorities,
regardless of their
specific use (residential or non-residential) or the grounds on which
the demolition was carried out (lack of building permit, military
operation or punishment).
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- People displaced due to demolitions: includes all
persons that were
living in structures demolished by the Israeli authorities, regardless
of the place in which they relocated following the demolition.
- People affected by demolitions: includes all
people that benefited
from a demolished structure (as a source of income, to receive a
service, etc), excluding those displaced.
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- Permanently staffed checkpoints: staffed by
Israeli security personnel, excluding checkpoints located on the Green
Line and ‘agricultural gates’ along the Barrier.
- Partially staffed checkpoints:
infrastructure staffed on
an ad-hoc basis.
- Unstaffed obstacles: includes roadblocks,
earthmounds, earth walls,
road gates, road barriers, and trenches. For historical reasons, this
figure excludes obstacles located within the Israeli-controlled area of
Hebron City (H2).
- ‘Flying’ or random
deployed on an ad hoc basis in places without pre-existing
of humanitarian staff
- Applications for permits to leave Gaza through
Erez: includes only
the applications submitted for travel scheduled
within the reporting period.
- Delayed applications: includes applications
regarding which no
answer was received by the date of the medical appointment, thus
forcing the patient to restart the application process.
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- Incidents of delayed or denied
access at a WB checkpoint: includes
incidents affecting local or
international staff of humanitarian organizations, both UN and
- Truckloads by type: for historical reasons this
figure excludes truckloads carrying all types of fuel.