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For years the Military Advocate General kept "badgering" a Palestinian man who complained of damage done to his home by soldiers: although he gave his statement three times, the Military Advocate General closed the case due to the complainant's lack of cooperation
Alleged Investigation: The Failure of Investigations Into Offenses Committed by IDF Soldiers Against Palestinians
Report  |  1.8.2011
A report by Yesh Din uncovering the systematic flaws which prevent the success of MPCID investigations into offences committed by soldiers against Palestinians. Consequently, 96.5% of complaints filed are closed without indictments. The report is based on Yesh Din's monitoring of 192 complaints and analysis of dozens of investigation files, covering diverse offences against Palestinians and the...
The Jerusalem Magistrates’ Court ordered the state to compensate a Palestinian for money stolen from his home during a military operation: the state appeals
Soldiers Do Not Lie: CC (Jer.) 8811/04 Abu Snineh v. State of Israel (Judgment of November 9, 2009)
Criticism  |  8811/04  |  1.4.2010  |  Adv. Yossi Wolfson
Unit 202 of the Israeli military has a reputation as being a top operations unit. This is judicial knowledge; or so at least according to the judgment of Judge Malka Aviv at the Jerusalem Magistrates Court in the matter of Abu Snineh. I will confess: this author has no idea what Unit 202 is, or what reputation it has gained. Perhaps this is the root of the problem.The verdict concerns events th...
CC (Jer.) 8811/04 Abu Sneina v. State of Israel Judgment
Judgment / Magistrate's Court  |  8811/04   |  9.11.2009
Judgment of the Jerusalem Magistrates' Court dismissing HaMoked's civil claim on behalf of Palestinians whose homes were taken over by the military for ten days, resulting in property damage and theft of valuables. The Court rules that while the statements of both the plaintiffs and the soldiers contained contradictions, those found in the soldiers' versions were immaterial and those found in t...
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...
Exceptions: Prosecution of IDF soldiers during and after the Second Intifada, 2000-2007
Report  |  28.10.2008
A report by Yesh Din on the outcome of indictments against soldiers charged with offences against Palestinians and their property from September 2000 to the end of 2007. The report reveals that indictments have been filed in only 6% of all investigations opened in the period covered by the report. The report also shows that although thousands of Palestinians had been killed in that period, sold...
Following intervention by HaMoked, a Palestinian resident of the Territories received compensation after soldiers stole her jewelry while searching her home: The military initially denied that a search had even taken place in her home, but the investigation file obtained by HaMoked shows that the search itself is an undeniable fact. The investigation of the event was marred by numerous flaws an...
HCJ 9593/04 - Morar, Head of Yanun Village Council and others v. IDF Commander in Judaea and Samaria and others Judgment
Judgment / Supreme Court  |  9593/04  |  26.6.2006
A Semblance of Law: Law Enforcement upon Israeli Civilians in the West Bank
Report  |  1.6.2006
The report's findings indicate a general phenomenon of absence of adequate law enforcement by the authorities upon settlers who commit offenses against Palestinians. The report documents serious faults in all stages of the law enforcement process. In the committing of offenses, IDF soldiers present on the scene show a grave tendency to ignore offenses; in filing complaints, Palestinian complain...
Compensation Demand – Complaint of Mrs. Askafi regarding theft during a search of her house in Hebron
Principal Correspondence  |  30.1.2006
After the Defence Ministry decided to close the file opened ensuing a Palestinian's claim that soldiers stole jewelry worth thousands of shekels and caused damage to her home on the claim that no such search had been conducted, HaMoked demanded to receive the investigation file. A review of the file reveled that the file had been closed owing to unacceptable motivations, lack of examination of ...
CC (Jerusalem) 7808/96 - Butma et al. v. The State of Israel et al. Judgment
Judgment / Magistrate's Court  |  1.7.1998
CApp. 21096/96 - Jabir et al. v. The State of Israel
Complaint  |  20.11.1996
CC (Jerusalem) 7808/96 - Butma et al. v. Kellermann et al. Civil Claim
Complaint  |  7808/96   |  21.5.1996 (02) 627 1698   (02) 627 6317

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