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HCJ 3170/07 Dwikat et al. v. The State of Israel et al. Application on behalf of the petitioners to respond to the response on behalf of the respondents
Court Documents | 3170/07 | 20.9.2007
HaMoked’s response to the State’s response in the matter of the series of HaMoked petitions on the issue of family unification in the OPT. The State relies on a political argumentation such as the army commander is prohibited from considering; it disregards the right to family life and uses circular argumentation – the court’s decision that the court must receive applications for the resolution of the status of spouses of residents of the OPT will require the State to honor the interim agreements, and the determination that another mechanism shall be put into place to resolve the spouses’ status means, so it claims, a breach of the agreements
Updates
5.9.2007
The Supreme Court approved the joining of 8 human rights organization to four petitions by HaMoked - Center for the Defence of the Individual against the army, which has prevented Palestinian residents from enjoying a family life and living with their spouses and children: In these four petitions, as in 42 additional petitions that have been filed thus far in the same matter, the organizations ...
19.9.2007
In the series of petitions that have been filed by HaMoked - Center for the Defence of the Individual in the matter of family unification in the territories, the state has claimed that the petitioners seek to violate the interim agreements, and therefore the petitions must be refused since they deal with essentially political issues: however the state’s claims are misleading, since in fact, the...
23.9.2007
The response of HaMoked - Center for the Defence of the Individual to the State’s reply, in the matter of the series of HaMoked petitions on the issue of family unification in the territories: The State relies on political arguments which army commanders are forbidden from considering; It ignores the right to a family life and chooses a circular argument – a ruling of the court ordering the arm...
25.9.2007
Following a series of petitions that were filed by HaMoked - Center for the Defence of the Individual, the court has determined that it is incumbent upon the state to inform the HCJ, within 60 days, if there shall be a change in policy with respect to family unification in the territories: In a hearing held on 24 September 2007 the court criticized the army’s and state’s policies of completely ...
2.10.2008
On 5 October 2008, the HCJ will hold a hearing in a series of petitions filed by HaMoked against the military's policy which prevents Palestinian residents of the Territories from conducting family life and living with their spouses and children in the Territories: HaMoked claims that the military's refusal to process family unification applications infringes on the right of residents of the Te...
8.10.2008
Following a series of petitions filed by HaMoked against the military's policy which prevents Palestinian residents of the Territories from conducting family life and living with their spouses and children in the Territories, Israel announced it is willing to examine 50,000 family unification applications as a political "gesture": HaMoked further demands Israel fulfill its obligation to routine...
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