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HaMoked: Center for the Defence of the Individual is an Israeli human rights organization with the main aim of assisting Palestinians of the occupied territories whose rights are violated due to Israel's policies.

This site contains information relating to these human rights violations. It gives the texts of Israeli laws and regulations, including those of the Military Government; international conventions; petitions to the Israeli High Court of Justice; claims for compensation for damages; decisions by Israeli and other courts; and other official documents and reports.
HaMoked – Standing Against Punitive House Demolitions
New report by HaMoked
"Quiet Deportation"

Between 1967 and 2018, Israel has revoked the residency status of 
14,643 East-Jerusalem Palestinians
Timeline: The Status of Palestinians in East Jerusalem
TIMELINES
Charting Key Events and Legal Developments by Subject
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COURT WATCH
Israeli Case-Law under Scrutiny 
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CASE SUMMARIES
The Occupation from Below – the Personal Stories
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Updates
20.2.2020
“According to the binding precedent”: the HCJ unanimously approved the punitive demolition of two West Bank homes of the innocent relatives of the suspects in a fatal attack
16.2.2020
HaMoked to the HCJ: cancel the nighttime curfew imposed on several residents of the Jerusalem neighborhood of ‘Isawiya under archaic British Mandate legislation
3.2.2020
Denial of access to private lands without explanation or due process; in one Separation Wall case, when HaMoked insisted on receiving the reason for the “security" entry ban, the military said that the landowner “makes extremist statements”
27.1.2020
HaMoked successfully blocks another Ministry of Interior attempt to deny temporary status to Palestinians living in Israel for many years in the framework of family unification procedures: The Appeals Tribunal rules that an outdated security ban cannot be used to prevent a status upgrade
26.1.2020
The Israel Prison Service submitted a document to the court bearing a prisoner’s forged signature; the court ruled that this was done “in good faith”
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