The Washington Post's editorial page weighed in (9/7/10) on the Israel/Palestine negotiations by noting that
the news in the West Bank has been far less encouraging. In two shooting attacks last week, four Israelis were killed and two others wounded, interrupting what had been nearly three years of peace in the territory.
My colleague Jim Naureckas blogged about this in response toa recentNew York Times op-ed. Even if you are restricting your focus to the West Bank (as the Post is),the Israeli human rights groupB'Tselem counted 24 Palestinians killed by Israeli forces from the beginning of 2009 to July 31, 2010, and two Palestinians killed by Israeli civilians.
UPDATE: Year corrected.