Eden Natan-Zada (Hebrew: ??? ???-???, born 9 July 1986, died 4 August 2005) was an Israeli soldier who opened fire in a bus in Shefa-Amr in northern Israel on 4 August 2005, killing four Israeli-Arabs and wounding twelve others.
He was restrained, disarmed and cuffed when he tried to reload to prepare for another round of shooting.
After he was restrained and handcuffed, he was beaten to death by the crowd, as recorded on video.
It has been inferred that the shooting was a personal protest against the Israeli government's disengagement plan, since an orange ribbon was found attached to Natan-Zada's pocket (orange was an emblem color of anti-disengagement activism).No group had taken credit for the terror attack and one official in the settler movement denounced it.
Natan-Zada was absent without leave and in hiding from the IDF at the time of the shooting.
He had recently become religious after getting involved with far-right activists.