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HCJ 660/08 - 'Amer et al. v. Military Commander in the West Bank Notice on behalf of the Respondents
Court Documents | 660/08 | 2.12.2008
Respondents' statement prior to the consolidated hearing on HaMoked's petitions, regarding passage between the West Bank and Gaza Strip, and corresponding changes of residential address. The Court instructed the state to institute a procedure for processing requests for change of address, yet the State reiterates its claims that the Military Commander holds exclusive authority to grant permits for "settlement" in the West Bank, and that since the start of the current intifada these requests are granted only in exceptional humanitarian cases. The State's position is that the petitioners' requests do not constitute exceptional cases.
HaMoked has filed a petition asking that the authorities update the registered address of a Palestinian woman who lives in the Tulkarem district with her husband. In an earlier petition the court ruled that the petitioner may remain in the West Bank and file an application to change her registered address in the Population Registry: HaMoked is further demanding that the military reveal under wh...
HaMoked and B'Tselem caution against the severe violation of human rights caused by Israel's unilateral measures whose purpose is to institutionalize and perpetuate a reality of separating and cutting off the Palestinian populations of the Gaza Strip and West Bank from each other: On September 24 2008, the HCJ will hold a hearing on matters of principle raised in HaMoked's petitions relating to...
On 8 December 2008, the High Court of Justice held a hearing on a petition filed by HaMoked, regarding Israel's policy of denying official changes of address from the Gaza Strip to the West Bank: HaMoked cautions that Israel's policy institutionalizes the separation between the two parts of the Occupied Territories, and perpetuates a reality whereby the Palestinian populations of the West Bank ...
Israel publishes a procedure for processing applications for passage from the Gaza Strip to the West Bank: The new procedure essentially puts an end to the passage of Palestinians from the Gaza Strip to the West Bank. Through the procedure, Israel explicitly declares that Palestinians whose registered address is in Gaza have no right to be or live in the West Bank (02) 627 1698   (02) 627 6317

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