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For 1st Time Since August, Israel Sees No terror Victim Deaths


While many Israelis suffered wounds from terror attacks in April, no Israelis were killed – and we pray the attacks will continue to decrease.

With a total of 115 attacks, the figure for April continued a six-month downward trend in the number of incidents in Israeli-controlled areas and is the lowest monthly total recorded since July, when 103 attacks were observed, according to a report published earlier this week by the Israel Security Agency, or Shin Bet.

Of the 18 victims who were wounded in terrorist attacks against Israelis in April, 16 were injured in an explosion set off on a bus in Jerusalem on April 18. Another victim was stabbed in Rosh Ha’ain on April 3 and a police officer was wounded from a firebomb hurled at him near Jerusalem that same day.

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