An annual report issued by the National Council of Martyrs' Families documented that the number of martyrs shot by the Israeli occupation during the past year 2020 reached (48) martyrs.

Mohamed Sobehat, Secretary-General of the Collective of Martyrs' Families, said that the martyrs are civilians, including women and children, in addition to a martyr with special needs.

He indicated that 36 martyrs from the West Bank and 12 from the Gaza Strip governorates, most of them were males (36).
He pointed out that the youngest martyr is the martyr Ali Ayman Abu Alia (13 years), who was martyred last December in the village of Mughayir, east of Ramallah, and the oldest martyr is the martyr Al-Saadi Mahmoud Khalil Al-Gharabli. The 75-year-old, from Al-Shujaiya neighborhood in Gaza, was killed. In prison as a result of medical negligence after being detained for 26 years in the prisons of the occupation.

Subihat indicated that the number of child martyrs (less than 18 years) reached 8, and that the number of married martyrs (13 males) and one married female martyr.

The number of martyrs who were targeted by the occupation forces with air or artillery strikes reached three.

The martyr Iyad al-Hallaq moved from Wadi al-Joz in Jerusalem, knowing that he has special needs.
The number of the bodies of martyrs arrested by the Israeli occupation during the past year reached 13 bodies, bringing the number of bodies seized by the occupation during the past five years to 73, in addition to 254 bodies arrested since 1968 in the so-called. "Numbering graves", bringing the total number of martyrs' bodies. Detained: The Israeli occupation has 327 bodies.