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26.2.2017
The house in Jabel Mukaber will be demolished: the HCJ Justices overcame the discomfort involved in the severe harm caused to a young widow and her four children and unanimously approved the penal sealing order
13.2.2017
The state to the HCJ: the decision to punitively seal a home in Jabal Mukabber is balanced, “in light of the case law which does not preclude use of the Regulation [no. 119] even when there are innocent people who are harmed”
24.1.2017
HaMoked to the HCJ: stop the planned punitive demolition of the family home in Jabal Mukabber; it is a vindictive act of punishment and there is no proof that it deters attacks
Homes surveyed by military but not yet ordered for punitive demolition – as of January 18, 2017
Other  |  18.1.2017
18.1.2017
A Punitive sealing order was issued against the family home of the perpetrator who carried out the attack in Armon Hanatziv, a Jabal Al-Mukabber resident: "It is necessary for the deterrence of potential perpetrators" the military argues; HaMoked: During 2015-2016 eight homes were demolished in Jabal Al-Mukabber and in the adjacent neighborhood Sur Bahir; "Clearly, these demolitions did not deter"
18.1.2017
Updated summary on punitive home demolitions from July 2014 to January 18, 2017
Homes surveyed by military but not yet ordered for punitive demolition – as of December 22, 2016
Other  |  22.12.2016
22.12.2016
The HCJ approves the 21st punitive demolition order in 2016: “…in the respondent’s decision weight has been given to the family members’ involvement and support of the act”
22.12.2016
Updated summary on punitive home demolitions from July 2014 to December 22, 2016
15.12.2016
Easy to destroy, harder to rebuild: the military announced its plan to demolish anew a structure it had already punitively demolished in a negligent manner, on the grounds of illegal construction; HaMoked petitioned the HCJ
23.11.2016
Punitive demolition order threatens the home of an East Jerusalem resident and her five children; HaMoked: Home demolition constitutes collective punishment harming the innocent
21.11.2016
Updated summary on punitive home demolitions from July 2014 to November 21, 2016
HCJ 8898/16 - Amar et al. v. Military Commander of the West Bank Area Administrative Petition and Request for Interim Remedy
Petition to HCJ  |  8898/16  |  17.11.2016
Homes surveyed by military but not yet ordered for punitive demolition – as of November 21, 2016
Other  |  16.11.2016
16.11.2016
The military issued a closure order for a candy store in A-Ram for being a “center of sedition”: following HaMoked’s court petition, the closure order’s validity period was shortened
7.11.2016
HaMoked to the HCJ: the military’s decision to close a candy store on the grounds that it was a “a center of sedition” was unfair and based on extraneous considerations
2.11.2016
The HCJ approves the 20th demolition order in 2016: the justices determined that although the youth did not participate in the attack itself, he must “be regarded as someone who operated in the inner circle” and approved the sealing of his room
Homes surveyed by military but not yet ordered for punitive demolition – as of October 18, 2016
Other  |  18.10.2016
18.10.2016
Updated summary on punitive home demolitions from July 2014 to October 18, 2016
18.10.2016
HaMoked petitions yet again against a punitive demolition order: using Regulation 119 is unacceptable even if the HCJ avoids a principle discussion of the issue


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