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Childhood in Chains: The Detention and Interrogation of Palestinian Teenagers in the West Bank
HaMoked Report  |  29.4.2018
New report by HaMoked: Childhood in Chains - The Detention and Interrogation of Palestinian Teenagers in the West Bank
Palestinian minors arrested by Israel 'suffer abuse'
Foreign Press, Linah Alsaafin  |  25.10.2017
Mohammed, 14, was with his friends riding horses in a park in Jerusalem's Old City when the Yassam, a special patrol unit of the Israeli police, arrived at the scene.
Unprotected: The Detention of Palestinian Teenagers in East Jerusalem
HaMoked Report  |  25.10.2017
New report by HaMoked and B'Tselem: Unprotected – The Detention of Palestinian Teenagers in East Jerusalem
Re: Harm to the Palestinian population and collective punishment in Operation Brother's Keeper
Principal Correspondence  |  22.6.2014
Israeli human rights organizations in an urgent letter to the Ministers of Defense and Public Security: refrain from collective punishment of Palestinians following the abduction of three Israelis
Security detainees and prisoners in incarceration facilities inside Israel - June 2012
Other  |  2.7.2012
4,701 security detainees and prisoners are incarcerated inside Israel
Order regarding Security Provisions (Amendment No. 19) (Judea and Samaria), 5772-2012
Military Legislation  |  1698  |  7.6.2012
Comments on “Administrative Detention in the West Bank: Q&A”
Lifting the Veil of Secrecy: Judicial Review of Administrative Detentions in the Israeli Supreme Court, by Shiri Krebs
Academic  |  31.5.2012
Published in the Vanderbilt Journal of Transnational Law 45(3) 2012.
Administrative Detentions: HCJ 1389/07 IDF Commander in the Judea and Samaria Area v. Military Court of Appeals et al. (Judgment of February 28, 2007)
Criticism  |  1389/07  |  1.5.2012  |  Adv. Alon Margalit
In a brief laconic judgment, the Supreme Court, sitting as the High Court of Justice (HCJ), approved the administrative detention order issued by the GOC Central Command against a Palestinian resident of the West Bank (HCJ 1389/07 Commander of IDF Forces in the Judea and Samaria Area v. Military Court of Appeals). At the time the petition was submitted, the detainee (the respondent in the petit...
HaMoked: Center for the Defence of the Individual is proud to congratulate attorney Tamar Peleg-Sryck on receiving the 2011 Emil Grunzweig Human Rights Award for Lifetime Achievement
Following HaMoked's intervention: a Palestinian man who was held without trial for 26 months after the military's attempt to expel him to Gaza was foiled, has been released to his home in the West Bank
Administrative Detention in the Occupied Palestinian Territories: Questions of Legality
Other  |  8.3.2011
The Mysteries of Administrative Detention
Article  |  1.7.2010
Article reprint from: Threat: Palestinian Political Prisoners in Israel by Abeer Baker and Anat Matar (Eds.) (Pluto Press, New York 2011).
Administrative Detention: HCJ 6845/06 IDF Commander in the Judea and Samaria Area v. Military Court of Appeals (Judgment of August 4, 2005)
Criticism  |  6845/05  |  1.1.2010  |  Adv. Yossi Wolfson
It is commonly held that the role of Israel’s Supreme Court, sitting as the High Court of Justice (HCJ), is to provide recourse for ordinary citizens who believe their rights have been trampled upon by the authorities. Under this common perception the HCJ is the defender of civil rights, a counterforce against the regime’s crushing power. This is not accurate: the HCJ’s formal role is not to de...
Secret Evidence and the Due Process of Terrorist Detention
Academic  |  19.11.2009
Article reviewing the manners in which various democracies handle their common difficulty in proving suspicions against alleged terrorists during hearings: while governments are forced to protect the sharing and collection of sensitive information when proving cases against terror suspects during hearings, withholding evidence from the suspects allegedly compromises the fairness of the judicial...
Without Trial: Administrative detention of Palestinians by Israel and the Internment of Unlawful Combatants Law
HaMoked Report  |  14.10.2009
A report by HaMoked and B’Tselem regarding the administrative detention of Palestinians and the Incarceration of Unlawful Combatants Law. At the time of publication, 335 Palestinians were held in Israeli prisons without trial. These detainees have no ability to properly defend themselves and disprove claims against them or present alternative evidence, as in most cases, the judges declare the e... (02) 627 1698   (02) 627 6317

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