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Second Intifada

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Second Intifada
Part of the Israeli–Palestinian conflict
File:Flickr - Israel Defense Forces - Standing Guard in Nablus.jpg
Israeli soldiers in Nablus, during Operation Defensive Shield
DateSeptember 28, 2000 – February 8, 2005
LocationPalestinian Authority, Israel

Uprising suppressed[1]


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Supported by;

23px Iraq[2]
Commanders and leaders

Ariel Sharon
Avi Dichter
Ehud Barak
Shaul Mofaz
Moshe Ya'alon
Dan Halutz

Gabi Ashkenazi

PLO leaders
Yasser Arafat
Mahmoud Abbas
Marwan Barghouti (POW)
Abu Ali Mustafa (KIA)
Ahmad Sa'adat (POW)
Nayef Hawatmeh
Hamas leaders
Ahmed Yasin (KIA)
Abdel Rantissi (KIA)
Khaled Mashaal
Ismail Haniyeh
Mohammed Deif
Other leaders
Abd Al Aziz Awda
Ramadan Shalah

Jamal Abu Samhadana (KIA)
Casualties and losses

September 29, 2000 – January 1, 2005:

945[3][not in citation given]–1,010[4] Israelis total:
- 644–773 Israeli civilians killed by Palestinians;
- 215–301 Israeli security force personnel killed by Palestinians

September 29, 2000 – January 1, 2005:

3,179[4][5][6]–3,354[3] Palestinians total:
- 2,739–3,168 Palestinians killed by Israelis security forces;*
- 34 Palestinians killed by Israeli civilians;
- 152–406 Palestinians killed by Palestinians;
Thousands detained
55 foreign citizens total:
- 45 foreign citizens killed by Palestinians;
- 10 foreign citizens killed by Israeli security forces[3]
*For the controversial issue of the Palestinian civilian/combatant breakdown, see Casualties.