74 years old, resident of Ashkelon, injured on 12 Nov 2018 in Ashkelon, by a rocket, and died on 17 Sep 2019. Additional information: Seriously wounded when a rocket fired by Palestinians hit her apartment building. According to media reports, she never regained consciousness. In the same incident, a Palestinian man who resided in the building while in Israel for work was killed and, according to media reports, another woman was seriously wounded.
29 years old, resident of Adam (Geva Binyamin), Ramallah and al-Bira District, killed on 28 May 2017 in Holon, by Strangulation. Additional information: Strangled to death and beat on the head by her Palestinian partner while pregnant.
33 years old, resident of Rishon Lezion, killed on 08 Jun 2016 in Tel Aviv-Yafo, by live ammunition. Additional information: Shot and killed along with two other Israeli civilians during an attack in Tel Aviv. Another woman, also an Israeli civilian, died of heart failure during the attack. More on the incident
25 years old, resident of Kiryat Malachi, killed on 15 Nov 2012 in Kiryat Malachi, by a grad rocket. Additional information: Wounded in a direct hit by a rocket on her house and died later that day of her injuries. Two others died along with her. More on the incident
21 years old, resident of Mevo Horon, Ramallah and al-Bira District, injured on 23 Mar 2011 in Jerusalem, by explosion, and died on 22 Nov 2017. Additional information: Injured when a bomb a Palestinian planted went off while she was waiting at a bus stop near Binyanei Hauma (International Convention Center) in Jerusalem. 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.
52 years old, resident of Zichron Ya'akov, killed on 24 Feb 2010 next to Bet Shemesh. Additional information: Killed while hiking in the woods near the Beit Jammal monastery.
6 Israeli women killed by Palestinians in Israel, since Operation Cast Lead
Israel’s regime of apartheid and occupation is inextricably bound up in human rights violations. B’Tselem strives to end this regime, as that is the only way forward to a future in which human rights, democracy, liberty and equality are ensured to all people, both Palestinian and Israeli, living between the Jordan River and the Mediterranean Sea.