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26.6.2018
The Israel Police continues to refuse to examine the systematic violations of the rights of Palestinian minors interrogated at its stations in the West Bank: only individual complaints will be investigated
Childhood in Chains: The Detention and Interrogation of Palestinian Teenagers in the West Bank
HaMoked Report  |  29.4.2018
29.4.2018
New report by HaMoked: Childhood in Chains - The Detention and Interrogation of Palestinian Teenagers in the West Bank
21.3.2018
HaMoked writes again to the Israel Police to address the systematic rights violations in the interrogation of West Bank Palestinian minors; “Raising the broad phenomena, repeated in hundreds of interrogations, is the only way to focus attention on the problems and attempt to solve them”.
5.2.2018
HaMoked documents systematic violation of rights in the arrest and interrogation of West Bank Palestinian minors. The Israel Police dismisses the criticism and refuses to examine HaMoked's claims unless it provides the affidavits collected from the minors
Re: Interrogations of Palestinian Minors from the West Bank in Israel Police Stations - Israel Police response of January 1, 2018
Principal Correspondence  |  31.1.2018
Re: Interrogations of Palestinian Minors from the West Bank in Israel Police Stations - HaMoked's letter of November 22, 2017
Principal Correspondence  |  22.11.2017
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
25.10.2017
New report by HaMoked and B'Tselem: Unprotected – The Detention of Palestinian Teenagers in East Jerusalem
10.5.2017
In response to HaMoked’s demand to stop the systematic violation of rights of minors in police interrogation: the Israel Police deplore the fact that “the claims in your letter are stated generally”
Re: Interrogations of Palestinian Minors from the West Bank in Israel Police Stations - Israel Police response of May 9, 2017
Principal Correspondence  |  9.5.2017
Re: Interrogations of Palestinian Minors from the West Bank in Police Stations in Israel
Principal Correspondence  |  8.8.2016
8.8.2016
HaMoked to the Israel Police: the mechanism for interrogating Palestinian juveniles causes routine violation of their rights
The Court Presumes: HCJ 5553/09 Public Committee Against Torture in Israel v. Prime Minister of Israel (Judgment of April 26, 2010)
Criticism  |  5553/09  |  1.11.2012  |  Dr. Na’ama Carmi
Criticism
In a High Court petition filed in 2009, the Committee Against Torture in Israel (PCATI), sought a complete ban on the use of the use of restraints as an interrogation method during Israel security Agency (ISA) interrogations; a ban on restraining in positions that cause humiliation, pain or suffering – with specific reference to several such positions, and publication of clear directives for re...
15.4.2012
Following HeMoked's revelation: the military announces it will cease the illegal practice of holding Palestinian detainees at the "Mul Nevo" military base which is not an incarceration facility
Prisons Ordinance (New Version), 1971
Law  |  1.2.2012
Taken from the website of No Legal Frontiers.
CrimApp 8823/07 - Anonymous v. State of Israel Judgment
Judgment / Supreme Court  |  8823/07  |  11.2.2010
Translation from the website of Versa-Cardozo Law translation project.
B'Tselem: 'Israel abuses detention without trial'
Foreign Press, DAN IZENBERG  |  14.10.2009
Twenty-eight Palestinians have been held in administrative detention for two to four years, and one has been held for four-and-a-half years, according to a report due to be released early Wednesday morning by two human rights organizations, B'Tselem and Hamoked.
The Law Applicable to Non-Occupied Gaza: A Comment on Bassiouni v. Prime Minster of Israel
Academic  |  25.2.2009
The paper discusses the relevant legal framework for evaluating the sanctions Israel imposed on the civilian population in Gaza during Operation "Cast Lead", in light of the judgment in Bassiouni, HCJ 9132/07, which dealt with Israel's obligation to provide electricity and fuel to the Gaza Strip. The author assess the HCJ's position in Bassiouni, whereby after disengagement Gaza is not an occup...


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