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18.7.2017
The military to HaMoked: your arguments regarding the new “Seam Zone Standing Orders” are petty and rehashed
HCJ 4427/16 - Badran et al. v. Coordinator of Government Activities in the Territories – Ministry of Defense et al. Decision
Decision  |  4427/16  |  11.7.2017
11.7.2017
The HCJ issues an order nisi in HaMoked’s petition: the state must explain why and by what authority it bans travel via the Ben Gurion airport of Palestinians undergoing a family unification process in Israel
29.6.2017
Following a long legal battle, Israel finally amends the registered address of two youths who relocated as infants from Gaza to the West Bank, thus ending the threat of deportation they lived under
18.6.2017
Following HaMoked’s petition: the Israeli civil administration begins taking steps to improve the mechanisms for processing Palestinians’ applications to go abroad
14.6.2017
HaMoked to the Civil Administration: the Standing Orders applied to the “seam zone” must be reviewed and revised according to the need of the Palestinian population
Re: 2017 Seam Zone Standing Orders Set
Principal Correspondence  |  13.6.2017
10.5.2017
The HCJ to the state: find a way to provide prompt answers to Palestinians who seek to travel abroad, especially in urgent cases
26.4.2017
Military makes mockery of Israeli citizen by first refusing to let her enter Gaza to attend her brother’s wedding and then, following a High Court petition, conceding a one-hour visit with the brother and his bride
23.4.2017
The HCJ to the state: an effort is needed to make it as easy as possible for the Palestinian population requiring permits on the administrative level in order to simplify life under the complex political, legal and daily reality
21.2.2017
A military roadblock set up to prevent settlers from reaching the demolished Homesh settlement site needlessly hampers access to a nearby Palestinian neighborhood: rather than move the roadblock a few dozens of meters, the military opts to blame the Palestinians
8.1.2017
The military prevented a Palestinian man from going abroad for urgent liver transplant surgery, demanding that he first sign a second undertaking not to “engage in terror” while abroad
5.1.2017
HaMoked to the Civil Administration: ahead of the publication of the revised Standing Orders for the ‘seam zone’, “The permit regime should be cancelled. But once a court judgment has been issued on the permit-regime petitions, the Civil Administration should uphold its undertakings and the judgment’s stipulations”
6.12.2016
After years of delaying the opening of the DCO Checkpoint for traffic of Palestinian vehicles: Israel now announces it does not intend to proceed with the opening given the “security situation”
27.11.2016
Following HaMoked’s petitions to the HCJ: the address of two youths born in Gaza and living in the West Bank since infancy would be updated in an expedited process and without the need to carry permits
10.11.2016
The military: the roadblock at the entrance to Aqraba cannot be removed based on “a security assessment”; the roadblock was removed that same day
31.10.2016
The military prevented a Nablus resident from going abroad based on a “security ban”: following a petition to the HCJ, the ban was lifted
27.10.2016
In the framework of an HCJ petition, the state admits: at one time there was a directive which allowed Palestinians with temporary residency status to travel from Israel through Ben Gurion International Airport, but it was never made public
4.9.2016
Too little, too slowly: the Civil Administration is instructed by the HCJ to draft a mechanism for improving its work vis-à-vis OPT residents, but only announces tighter supervision on keeping deadlines
21.8.2016
HaMoked to the military: in complete contradiction to your claim, two of the three entrances to Hizma are blocked; the roadblocks must be opened immediately


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