Hodaya Nechama Asulin

November 22, 2017: Hodaya Nechama Asulin, 21, died of injuries sustained six years earlier, in 2011, in an explosion in Jerusalem.

Hodaya was a resident of Mevo Horon, an Israeli settlement of just over 2500 residents which is a Jewish religious commune constructed on illegally-seized Palestinian land.

She was injured on 23 Mar 2011 in Jerusalem when a bomb planted by a Palestinian went off while she was waiting at a bus stop near Binyanei Hauma (the International Convention Center) in Jerusalem. She was in a coma from the time of the explosion until she succumbed to her wounds. A British woman was also killed by the bomb.

Hodaya was from Mevo Horon.

Chaya Salomon

July 21, 2017: Chaya Salomon, 46, was killed by a Palestinian who infiltrated into her home in Halamish Israeli settlement, north of Ramallah in the West Bank, and stabbed her, along with her father, Yosef Solomon, 70, and her brother, Elad Salomon, 36.

Her mother was still receiving treatment at Shaare Zedek Israeli Medical Center in Jerusalem until the time of this report.

The Palestinian, identified as Omar al-‘Abed, from Kobar village, near Ramallah, was shot by a neighbor, before he hospitalized, and was later handed to the Israeli military for interrogation.

The family was celebrating the birth of a grandson when the attack took place in their home, located on the edge of the settlement.

Although the Israeli military and security devices believe the Palestinian identifies with Hamas, they do not believe he was an active member with the movement and acted alone, carrying out an attack that was motivated by the rising tension in Al-Aqsa Mosque, in Jerusalem. Chaya was from Halamish settlement, in the West Bank. Source: IMEMC

Hadas Malka

Hadas MalkaJune 16, 2017: Hadas Malka, 23, was killed by three Palestinians who stabbed and opened fire at Israeli soldiers in Sultan Suleiman Street, near Damascus Gate in Jerusalem. Malka, who was an active duty Israeli border police officer, was stabbed while trying to reach for her gun.

Hadas was critically injured, and later died of her wounds at Shaare Zedek Medical Center in Jerusalem.

Another Israeli soldier was wounded in the attack, and the three Palestinians were all shot dead.

The soldiers first killed the Palestinian who reportedly stabbed Malka, and killed two others who used guns and knives to attack the group of soldiers.

The three slain Palestinians have been identified as Bara’ Ibrahim Saleh, 18, Adel Hasan Ankoush, 18, and Osama Ahmad Ata, 19, all from Deir Abu Mashal village, west of Ramallah, in central West Bank.

Following the incident dozens of Israeli soldiers and officers were deployed in the area, closed all the gates leading to Jerusalem’s Old City, and assaulted many Palestinians, especially in the areas leading to the Al-Aqsa Mosque.

The soldiers also assaulted many Palestinians, and clashed with local youths, wounding many with live fire and rubber-coated steel bullets.

One of the wounded Palestinians was shot with a live round in his spine, and another round in his kidney. He was picked up by an ambulance, and the soldiers chased the ambulance to the Al-Makassed Hospital in Jerusalem, where they tried to invade the hospital. But dozens of Palestinians clashed with them, and prevented them from entering the hospital.

In addition, dozens of soldiers surrounded and completely isolated Deir Abu Mashal village.

The soldiers warned that they would shoot and kill any Palestinian who seen walking outside at night, and that the siege would continue until further notice. The curfew came in the middle of the month of Ramadan, when Palestinian Muslims fast during the day, and eat and drink only at night.

According to an investigation by the Palestinian Center for Human Rights (PCHR), at approximately 05:30 on Saturday, 17 June 2017, Israeli forces moved into the said village and imposed a curfew.

According to PCHR’s investigations, at approximately 05:30 on Saturday, 17 June 2017, Israeli forces moved into the said village and imposed a curfew. The Israeli soldiers accompanied by an engineering team raided the houses belonging to the families of the three attackers and surveyed them for future demolition. Before withdrawal, the Israeli forces handed notices to the owners of the homes where the now-deceased teens lived, saying that their homes will be demolished at an unspecified date, as part of the collective punishment against attackers’ families. Malka was from Moshav Givat Azer in central Israel. Source: IMEMC

Shir Hajaj


January 8, 2017
: Shir Hajaj, 22, was killed by a Palestinian driver who rammed her, and other soldiers with his car in Jerusalem. Four soldiers were killed in the incident, and several others were wounded. Shir was from Ma’ale Adumim settlement, in the West Bank. Source: IMEMC

Yael Yekutiel


January 8, 2017
: Yael Yekutiel, 20, was killed by a Palestinian driver who rammed her, and other soldiers, with his car in Jerusalem. Four soldiers were killed in the incident, and several others were wounded. Yael was from Givataiym east of Tel Aviv. Source: IMEMC

Hallel Ariel

Hillel Yafa Ariel


June 30, 2016
: Hallel Yaffe Ariel, 13, was killed by a Palestinian who stabbed her in her bed in the illegal Jewish-only settlement of Kiryat Arba in Hebron, in the southern part of the West Bank before a security guard, who suffered a serious injury, killed him. Hallel was from Kiryat Arba. Source: Haaretz

Mila Mishayev

Mila Mishayev


June 8, 2016:
Mila Mishayev, 33, was killed by two Palestinian gunmen in disguise as ultra-orthodox Jews, and killed her along with Ilana Navaa, 39, Michael Feige, 58, Ido Ben, 42, and Ilana Navaa, 39, in Tel Aviv. The shooters are from Yatta town in the southern West Bank district of Hebron. Mila was from Ashkelon. Source: Haaretz

Ilana Navaa

Ilana Nava


June 8, 2016:
Ilana Navaa, 39, was killed by two Palestinian gunmen in disguise as ultra-orthodox Jews, along with Michael Feige, 58, Mila Mishayev, 33, and Ido Ben, 42, in Tel Aviv. The shooters are from Yatta town in the southern West Bank district of Hebron. Ilana was from Tel Aviv. Source: Haaretz