DEAR PROCON.ORG READERS: We’re being outspent by biased organizations that use millions of dollars to misinform you. This week we’re asking our readers to help us. We survive on donations, which keep us independent and ad-free. If every one of our readers gave $3 now, the price of a cup of coffee, our fundraiser would be over. We’re a small nonprofit, but it costs a lot to keep our servers, research staff, and programs going. ProCon.org is your oasis on the Internet for unbiased information on important issues. If ProCon.org is useful to you, please take a minute to keep us online and ad-free. Thank you.
A chart of estimated deaths resulting from the Israeli-Palestinian conflict from the start of the First Intifada (Dec. 9, 1987) through July 7, 2014 appears below. Statistics from B'Tselem, an Israeli human rights organization, are used because they are largely considered to have comprehensive and nonpartisan data. Deaths from international military operations between Israel and its neighbor countries are not included in this presentation.