Saturday 28 June 2003, 10:05 AM
In 33 months of Middle East violence, 2,414 people have been killed on the Palestinian side and 806 on the Israeli side.
The Palestinian figure includes at least 99 suicide bombers, about 60 suspected informers for Israel killed by Palestinian militants, 13 Israeli Arabs killed in pro-Palestinian riots, a British UN staffers, an American peace activist, one Italian and one British journalist, and a German resident of the West Bank.
The Israeli figure includes four non-Jews killed in Israeli army uniform, at least 14 foreign workers, two international observers - Swiss and Turkish - and a Greek monk killed in a roadside shooting.
Also included in the Israeli figure are 35 Americans, many of them dual citizens.
One Palestinian-American is counted on the Palestinian side.
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