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Israeli Troops Shot a Palestinian Teen Weeks Ago. His Parents Aren't Allowed to Talk to Him
Foreign Press, Gideon Levy & Alex Levac  |  8.4.2021
Ahmed was hospitalized twice, underwent surgery and was then imprisoned. But Israel hasn't let his parents visit or even speak to him on the phone. They're being kept in the dark about his condition
8.4.2021
Although family visits to prisons will not be resumed anytime soon: Israel will only allow “security” inmates one brief telephone call to their families during the month of Ramadan
Press Release: Palestinian “security” prisoners must have phone contact with their families during the Coronavirus pandemic
Press Release  |  2280/20  |  31.12.2020
Press Release (Arabic): Palestinian security prisoners must have phone contact with their families during the Coronavirus pandemic - بيان صحفي: نطالب بالسّماح للسّجناء الفلسطينيّين المصنّفين على أنهم "أمنيّين" بالاتصال هاتفيّا مع عائلاتهم في فترة الكورونا
Press Release  |  2280/20  |  31.12.2020
31.12.2020
HaMoked and other human rights organization petition the HCJ: Palestinian “security” inmates must have regular phone contact with their families so long as the Coronavirus pandemic restricts prison visits
19.1.2020
Following HaMoked’s petition, a 14-year-old girl was allowed to cross military checkpoint in order to visit her incarcerated brother, despite a “security ban”; in future, the military will conduct checks on the spot to enable “banned” children to visit their imprisoned loved ones
15.4.2019
On undisclosed security pretexts, the military attempts to worsen its policy concerning the entry into Israel of Palestinian children aged 16 and under for the purpose of visiting their imprisoned relatives. The District Court refrains from holding hearings on HaMoked’s petitions on the matter
27.3.2019
HaMoked petitions the High Court of Justice on behalf of a Palestinian man imprisoned in Israel as an illegal alien for over two years: Israel’s denial of family unification in the West Bank is the reason for his incarceration
20.3.2019
For two years a Palestinian mother was prevented from visiting her son imprisoned inside Israel because the military insisted she had no "family tie": the visit was allowed only after HaMoked petitioned the court
22.11.2018
The military continues to prevent the entry of Palestinian children to Israel for the purpose of visiting their imprisoned relatives: HaMoked petitioned the District Court on behalf of a 13-year-old boy who hasn't seen his brother in two years
22.7.2018
Following a two year battle, and only due to HaMoked's intervention: the military has permitted the entry into Israel of a West Bank resident for the purpose of visiting her imprisoned spouse
29.5.2017
The state has been preventing a Palestinian woman from visiting her son incarcerated inside Israel, claiming she is not his mother: even after acknowledging their family tie, the state continues to hamper the visit
1.5.2017
Even after admitting to the error of refusing to acknowledge the kinship of a mother and her teenage son incarcerated inside Israel, the military continues to keep the woman from visiting the 17 year old, whom she has not met for a year now
22.1.2017
The military repeatedly prevented a 7-year-old girl from entering Israel to visit her imprisoned father: following HaMoked’s petition, the military has acknowledged that this was “an error”
2.11.2016
Military admits: “Security” block against two minors, ages 6 and 8, which denied them visits with their father, imprisoned in Israel, was likely an error
Re: Failure to conduct true registration of prison entries of minors who come to visit incarcerated family members
Principal Correspondence  |  26.1.2016
Re: Failure to conduct true registration of prison entries of minors who come to visit incarcerated family members
Principal Correspondence  |  17.1.2016
20.10.2015
Following HaMoked’s court petition: the military withdrew its objection to allow a woman from the West Bank to enter Israel to visit her imprisoned son
HCJ 6409/14 - Malitat et al. v. Government of Israel et al. Petition for Order Nisi
Petition to HCJ  |  6409/14  |  23.9.2014
23.9.2014
HaMoked to the HCJ: instruct the state to immediately lift the ban on family visits to prisoners identified with Hamas, Islamic Jihad and the Palestinian liberation fronts


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