The dashboard found below tracks incidents that took place in the occupied West Bank, including East Jerusalem, since January 2017, involving attacks and trespass by Israeli settlers and other Israeli civilians against Palestinians. Data going back to January 2006 will be added soon.
With the support of our humanitarian partners, OCHA monitors and provides evidence-based analysis on incidents to identify areas where people may need humanitarian assistance or protection, and engage with relevant stakeholders to advocate for policy changes.
Click, tap or hover over the charts to interact with the data; you can apply filters by using a time period, area, type of incident and affiliation of the perpetrator.
For more background information on the humanitarian impact of Israeli settlement activities see OCHA’s Factsheet.
For additional data on conflict-related casualties see OCHA casualty dashboard.
Definitions and clarifications
What incidents are included?
Incidents involving violence, intimidation or trespass carried out by Israeli settlers and other Israeli civilians in the West Bank. In some cases, the identification of an assailant or a victim as an Israeli settler is presumed based on the circumstances of the case, alongside information provided by witnesses and authorities, among other sources.
Filtering by incidents’ results
- CASUALTY: including deaths or injuries. Only cases of bodily harm that required medical treatment are included. Psychological shock is not counted as an injury.
- PROPERTY DAMAGE: include all types of destruction, damaging and vandalism of all types of property. Theft of equipment, livestock and produce, among other objects, are included. The takeover of land is not considered a property damage incident, unless it involved the levelling of cultivated land.
- BOTH: combine the previous two categories.
- NEITHER casualties or property damage: include incidents of intimidation, such as a physical assault or shooting not causing injury, or trespass. Figures from this category are not comprehensive
Sources of the data
Information about settler-related incidents targeting Palestinians is collected from a variety of sources, including municipal authorities, Palestinian District Coordination Offices (DCO), UN agencies, human rights organizations and media reports. Depending on the reported impact of an incident, OCHA would conduct a field visit and an initial needs assessment.