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AAA 5569/05 - The Ministry of Interior v. 'Aweisat et al. Judgment
Judgment | 10.8.2008
HCJ rejected State's appeals against Court for Administrative Affairs' judgments regarding the interpretation of regulation 12 of the Entry into Israel Regulations, and the definition of a "resident of the Area" in the Citizenship and Entry into Israel Law (Temporary Order) 5763-2003. The judgment focuses on the status of minors who were born in Israel to resident parents, but appear in the West Bank population registry despite their center of life being in Israel. The Court interprets the term "resident of the Area" according to the original version of the temporary order, before the amendment which added appearance in the West Bank population registry to the definition. Although not asked to do so, the Court rules a minor's registration may be denied under certain security related circumstances concerning himself or his family.
The Supreme Court rejects the State's appeal against rulings made by the Administrative Court to the effect that children of Israeli residents who were born and live in Israel can be registered in the Israeli population registry even if they were registered in the Palestinian population registry: The Court ruled that not everyone registered in the Palestinian population registry is necessarily ...
Two daughters of a Jerusalem resident will be upgraded to permanent residency status: the Appellate Commissioner for Foreigners in the Interior Ministry accepted HaMoked's claims and ruled that given the lack of ties to the OPT, the girls cannot be regarded as "residents of the Area", and therefore do not come under the child registration procedure as stipulated in the Temporary Order
HaMoked to the HCJ: the Hatib judgment unmasks the true unlawful purpose of the Temporary Order – the collective rejection of applications for Israeli status in order to promote a racist-demographic agenda (02) 627 1698   (02) 627 6317

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