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Demolition of the home of an assailant's family: the case of the AD family
5 documents | last update 5.1.2009
In August 2008, the GOC Home Front Command proclaimed his intention to demolish the two intermediate floors of the building where the family of the assailant in the attack at the "Merkaz Harav" Yeshiva in March 2008 resides. Some three months later, after its objection to the demolition had been denied, HaMoked petitioned the High Court of Justice (HCJ) against this decision. The petition argue...
Punitive house demolitions: the case of the J family and the A family
5 documents | last update 10.2.2004
On the night between July 18th and 19th, 2002, Israeli forces raided the homes of several families in the Nablus area and arrested several men, claiming in each case that a son was wanted by Israel. Among the detainees in the raid were several of the A family and the father and eldest son of the J family from the village of Tell. The J family house is a two storey building that serves as the ma...
Trapped under the rubble of houses demolished by the military in the Jenin refugee camp: the case of TA
2 documents | last update 14.4.2002
In early April 2002, large military forces invaded the refugee camp in the city of Jenin. During the campaign, concentrated in densely populated areas, the military leveled a substantial area of the refugee camp to the ground, using, among other means, bulldozers and helicopter missiles. Under military procedure, at least 30 minutes before bulldozers start operating in a built-up area, local re...
House demolition for "security needs": the case of MA
2 documents | last update 25.10.2000
On July 15, 1991, military forces arrived at MA's home in the village of 'Ein Qiniya in the Ramallah area. MA was not at home at the time. Despite her absence, the soldiers broke in, instructed a few village youths to remove some of the household items outside, and proceeded to demolish it to the ground without presenting a demolition order. HaMoked contacted the military legal advisor on MA's ...



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