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21.12.2020
Following HaMoked’s petition: the military allowed an East Jerusalem resident to enter Gaza to mourn her father with her mother and siblings
16.12.2020
Order nisi in HaMoked’s HCJ petition: the state must show why the “tiny plots” criterion should not be cancelled as a reason to deny Palestinian farmers access to lands in the Seam Zone areas of the West Bank
2.12.2020
HaMoked and Gisha to COGAT: cancel the new procedure requiring Palestinians living in Gaza to forfeit their right to relocate back to the West Bank if they wish to visit there in humanitarian circumstances
25.11.2020
HaMoked to the HCJ: the state failed to provide data to justify its increasingly harsh restrictions on access to farmlands trapped beyond the Separation Barrier
HCJ 6896/18 - Ta’meh et al. vs. Military Commander in the West Bank et al. Petitioners' Response to the Updating Notice
Response to Petition  |  6896/18  |  23.11.2020
Israel to Allow Palestinian Farmers More Access to Their Lands Near Green Line
Foreign Press, Hagar Shezaf  |  29.10.2020
West Bank farmers had petitioned against restrictions issued last year that imposed an annual quota on the number of times they can enter their fields located near the separation barrier
27.10.2020
Following HaMoked’s petition: the military cancels the quota set on the number of annual entries to Seam Zone farmlands
HCJ 6896/18 - Ta’meh et al. v. Military Commander in the West Bank et al. Updating Notice on behalf of the Respondents
Statement  |  6896/18  |  25.10.2020
Contempt for Palestinians’ Time Is in the DNA of Israeli Rule
Foreign Press, Amira Hass  |  13.10.2020
Halt in Coordination With Israel Prevents Palestinian Newborns From Travelling
Foreign Press, Hagar Shezaf  |  11.10.2020
The PA has stopped giving Israel the information needed to issue passports, so many Palestinian requests to leave the West Bank with an infant are refused
Tens of Thousands of Palestinian Newborns Blocked from Travelling
Foreign Press, Dalia Hatuqa \ Vice  |  5.10.2020
A halt in security coordination between Israel and Palestine has left infants off of registration rolls and in limbo.
27.9.2020
New travel restriction: Israel prevents newborn babies registered in the Palestinian registry from leaving the West Bank with their mothers eager to return to their homes and spouses abroad
What Does It Take For A Palestinian American Baby To Travel From Israel To The U.S.?
Foreign Press, Daniel Estrin \ NPR  |  25.9.2020
23.9.2020
HaMoked petitions to allow a mother and baby to join the father at their home in the UAE; the military prevents them from leaving the West Bank on the grounds the baby’s details do not appear in its records
AP 50812-09-20 - M'aali et al. v. Military Commander of the West Bank Area et al. Administrative Petition
Administrative Petition  |  50812-09-20  |  22.9.2020
14.9.2020
Following HaMoked petition to end the military’s routine and lengthy delays in opening Magen Dan agricultural gate in the Separation Wall: the authority to operate the gate will be transferred to the military police and the opening hours expanded
Terminal Limbo: This Gaza Man Is Stuck in a Room in Abu Dhabi, Unable to Enter the UAE or Go Home
Foreign Press, Gideon Levy  |  20.8.2020
For five months, a Gaza man has been locked up in a small room in Abu Dhabi, even though he’s not guilty of any wrongdoing. Israel and Egypt refuse to allow him to return to Gaza, and the UAE won’t allow him in
13.8.2020
HaMoked and other organizations demand that Israel lift the sanctions on Gaza
HCJ 5511/20 - Tzane et al. v. GOC Southern Command et al. Petition for Order Nisi and Request for Urgent Hearing
Petition to HCJ  |  5511/20  |  6.8.2020
4.8.2020
Following HaMoked’s petition: the military allows a son who turned 18 to enter Gaza in order to meet his father one last time


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