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HCJ 8155/06 - The Association for Civil Rights in Israel et al. v. Commander of the IDF Forces in Judea and Samaria Petitioners' Response to Respondents' Response dated 10 March 2009
Court Documents | 8155/06 | 12.5.2009
In the framework of a petition filed by HaMoked, ACRI and PHR against the restrictions imposed on “ISA precluded” persons, the petitioners respond to the amended procedure filed by the state. They argue, inter alia, that the state did not refer to the basic legal argument, upon which the petition is founded, that it is obliged to provide persons precluded from travel with prior notice of the intent to limit their movement and allow a hearing before a decision is made in their case.
Petition to cancel the classification of numerous Palestinians as "security precluded": HaMoked, ACRI and PHR petition the HCJ against the severe and arbitrary violations of the human rights of numerous residents of the Territories, who are blacklisted by the Israel Security Agency (ISA) as "security precluded" or "ISA precluded". The blacklisting is carried out without due process, a clear fac...
Human rights organizations have issued their response to a new procedure published by the military regarding overseas travel by Palestinian residents: The organizations argue that the military is ignoring the problems raised in their petition. The military is seeking to free itself of criticism of its actions by human rights organizations and to end the involvement of attorneys and the Court in...
On 28 September 2008, the HCJ will hold a hearing in a petition filed by HaMoked and other organizations regarding the restrictions Israel imposes on persons blacklisted by the ISA who wish to travel abroad:  The procedure adopted by the military in the context of the petition imposes many difficulties on those wishing to travel abroad and, in effect, offers no solution for the problem for whic...
The State requested the Court to impose legal expenses on the petitioners, following the deletion of HaMoked's petition regarding a prohibition on travel abroad from the West Bank: the petition concerned the State's refusal to approve the exit of a Palestinian from Hebron, who wished to care for his ailing father who was about to undergo surgery in Jordan
Tomorrow, 9 September 2009, the HCJ will hold a hearing in the petition filed by HaMoked and other organizations regarding the restrictions Israel imposes on travel abroad by people branded “precluded by the ISA”: The new prior inquiry procedure presented by the military in the framework of the petition has made matters worse for residents of the Territories wishing to travel abroad
Following a petition submitted by HaMoked, a resident of Bethlehem who was subject to a security preclusion was permitted to travel abroad: Defects in the implementation of the procedure for prior notice regarding a security related preclusion to traveling abroad only exacerbated the already grave infringement of his rights
HaMoked’s petition to allow a Palestinian couple to leave the West Bank for Jordan, en route to Mecca, Saudi Arabia, for the hajj pilgrimage: the petition induced the removal of the ban on the couple's departure
At the request of the petitioning organizations, the HCJ has deleted a petition of ACRI, HaMoked and PHR-Israel concerning the restrictions Israel imposes on travel abroad by persons blacklisted by the ISA. Following the petition, a procedure for prior inquiry regarding preclusions to travel abroad was formulated, and the number of "ISA precluded" persons decreased significantly (02) 627 1698   (02) 627 6317

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