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10.4.2018
Ministry of Interior response to HaMoked's Freedom-of-Information request: In 2017, Israel revoked the permanent residency status of 35 East Jerusalem Palestinians
9.4.2018
HaMoked contests revocation of status of four East Jerusalem residents for “breach of allegiance to the State”: retroactive application of unconstitutional legislation
20.3.2018
In a baffling decision, the HCJ refused to review on its merit HaMoked’s petition against the Minister of Interior’s decision not to upgrade the status of a Palestinian woman living in Israel for many years in the framework of the family unification procedure: HaMoked must now turn to the Appeals Tribunal (although it has no jurisdiction on the matter)
18.3.2018
The HCJ rules: the situation in the East Jerusalem bureaus of the Ministry of Interior and the Employment Service "is unsatisfactory, to say the least"; the state must prioritize the matter and act creatively to resolve it
HCJ 1326/17 Abu 'Odeh et al. v. Director of Department of Bureaus, Population and Immigration Authority et al. Decision
Judgment / Supreme Court  |  1326/17  |  15.3.2018
Transcript of the hearing not yet translated.
15.3.2018
The National Labor Court in a precedential decision: East Jerusalem children waiting to receive status in the country are entitled to national health insurance until age 14
13.3.2018
Press release: petition to Israeli High Court of Justice: inhuman conditions at the East Jerusalem office of the Ministry of Interior and the Employment Service
12.3.2018
Following HaMoked’s appeal: the Appeals Tribunal cancelled the Ministry of Interior’s decision to revoke the Israeli status of an assailant’s mother and ruled the Ministry must decide her case anew
8.3.2018
Israeli human rights organizations: New Israeli law that lets interior minister revoke Palestinian residency in Jerusalem for 'breach of loyalty' is illegal
Entry into Israel Law (Amendment No. 30), 5778-2018
Law  |  7.3.2018
6.3.2018
HaMoked in a petition to the High Court of Justice: Israel must afford the same work conditions to Palestinians living permanently with their families in the country, as those afforded to Israeli residents, given that their center of life and all their ties are in the country
8.2.2018
Israeli human rights organizations to the Ministry of Interior: Legislation to revoke permanent residency due to breach of allegiance is unconstitutional and contrary to international law
Detained, Arrested and Harassed: The Life of Palestinian Teens in East Jerusalem
Foreign Press, Dina Kraft  |  10.1.2018
Under Israeli law, minors can be arrested only in rare circumstances and held for the shortest time possible. But human rights organizations say the security services ride roughshod over this when it comes to young Arabs in neighborhoods like Silwan
1.1.2018
HaMoked's activity in 2017: overview and statistics
25.12.2017
The Court for Administrative Affairs: The Appeals Tribunal – reviewing cases concerning residency restoration, family unification and child registration in Israel – must adopt the format of classified-material hearings practiced in other courts
21.12.2017
The Supreme Court to the Minister of Interior: the permanent residency status of an East Jerusalem woman, revoked following her past relocation abroad, must be restored immediately
Kinderverhaftungen – Einschüchterung – Folter – Traumatisierung durch israelisches Militär u. Polizei
Press  |  17.12.2017
Israels Strategie menschenverachtender Besatzungspolitik
Israel Drops Claims That Palestinian Attacker Had ISIS Ties, Bid to Ban Family From Jerusalem Stopped
Foreign Press, Amira Hass   |  14.12.2017
The proceedings against family members of Fadi Qunbar, who killed four soldiers in truck ramming attack at Jerusalem’s Armon Hanatziv promenade, included a 10-year-old niece and 9-year-old nephew
Ending punitive demolitions
Foreign Press, Jessica Montell  |  14.12.2017
HaMoked is proud to be the lead organization contesting these demolitions, which are a blatant collective punishment of innocent people.
13.12.2017
The Appeals Tribunal accepted HaMoked's position and cancelled the Minister of Interior’s decision to revoke the residency status of four family members of an assailant: the Ministry of Interior has to make new decisions in their matter and if they decide to continue this form of collective punishment must initiate new proceedings accordingly


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