List of Palestinian suicide attacks

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This article contains lists of Palestinian suicide attacks carried out by Palestinian individuals and militant groups.wikipedia
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Hamas

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A 2007 study of Palestinian suicide bombings during the Second Intifada (September 2000 through August 2005) found that 39.9 percent of the suicide attacks were carried out by Hamas, 26.4 percent by Fatah, 25.7 percent by the Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ), 5.4 percent by the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP) and 2.7 percent by other organizations.
Tactics have included suicide bombings and, since 2001, rocket attacks.

Dizengoff Street bus bombing

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The Dizengoff Street bus bombing was a Hamas suicide attack on a passenger bus driving down Dizengoff Street in Tel Aviv in 1994.

Beit Lid suicide bombing

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It was the first suicide attack by Palestinian Islamic Jihad.

Ramat Gan bus bombing

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The Ramat Gan bus bombing was a Hamas suicide attack on a crowded No.

Suicide attack

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This article contains lists of Palestinian suicide attacks carried out by Palestinian individuals and militant groups.
Suicide bombing became a popular tactic among Palestinian militant organizations such as Hamas, Islamic Jihad, the Al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigade, and occasionally by the PFLP.

Netanya

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Netanya suffered from several Palestinian bombings during the Second Intifada, including the Netanya Market bombing and, in the same month, the Passover massacre which caused the death of 29 people.

Islamic Jihad Movement in Palestine

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A 2007 study of Palestinian suicide bombings during the Second Intifada (September 2000 through August 2005) found that 39.9 percent of the suicide attacks were carried out by Hamas, 26.4 percent by Fatah, 25.7 percent by the Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ), 5.4 percent by the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP) and 2.7 percent by other organizations.
(See List of Palestinian suicide attacks.) Shaqaqi was a key player in setting up the Alliance of Palestinian Forces in January 1994, a coalition of eight PLO groups, Islamic Jihad and Hamas, rejecting the Oslo process.

Haifa

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From 1999 to 2003, several Palestinian suicide attacks took place in Haifa (in Maxim and Matza restaurants, bus 37, and others), killing 68 civilians.

Al-Aqsa Intifada

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The high point was in 2002 during the Second Intifada.
Methods of attack include suicide bombings, launching rockets and mortars into Israel, kidnapping of both soldiers and civilians, including children, shootings, assassination, stabbings, stonings, and lynchings.

Café Hillel bombing

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The Café Hillel bombing was a Palestinian suicide bombing carried out on September 9, 2003 in a coffee shop in the German Colony neighborhood in Jerusalem.

Sbarro restaurant suicide bombing

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Al-Aqsa Martyrs' Brigades

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For a complete list of the suicide bombings carried out by the organization see: List of Palestinian suicide attacks.

Beersheba bus bombings

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During the Second Intifada in the early 2000s (decade), at the time which was characterized by an intensified period of suicide attacks were carried out in Israel by the Palestinian militant organizations in Israel, Be'er Sheva was considered a relatively safe place, as it did not experience any terror attacks.

Israeli West Bank barrier

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The Israeli government says that the barrier has been effective, as the number of suicide bombings carried out from the West Bank fell from 73 (between 2000 and July 2003 – the completion of the "first continuous segment"), to 12 (from August 2003 to the end of 2006).

Passover massacre

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Haifa bus 37 suicide bombing

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*List of Hamas suicide attacks

Palestinian political violence

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The first Palestinian suicide attack took place on July 6, 1989, when a member of the Palestinian Islamic Jihad boarded the Tel Aviv Jerusalem bus 405.

Geneva Conventions

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The international community considers the use of indiscriminate attacks on civilian populations as illegal under international law.

Fatah

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A 2007 study of Palestinian suicide bombings during the Second Intifada (September 2000 through August 2005) found that 39.9 percent of the suicide attacks were carried out by Hamas, 26.4 percent by Fatah, 25.7 percent by the Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ), 5.4 percent by the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP) and 2.7 percent by other organizations.

Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine

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A 2007 study of Palestinian suicide bombings during the Second Intifada (September 2000 through August 2005) found that 39.9 percent of the suicide attacks were carried out by Hamas, 26.4 percent by Fatah, 25.7 percent by the Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ), 5.4 percent by the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP) and 2.7 percent by other organizations.

Simon Wiesenthal Center

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The Simon Wiesenthal Center has advocated classifying suicide bombings, including those committed by Palestinians, as Crimes against humanity, a position adopted by Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch in 2002.