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When Freud Visits Israel’s Civil Administration in the West Bank
Foreign Press, Amira Hass  |  13.1.2019
Discussions with and among soldiers provide Freudian treasures to scholars of Israeli colonialism
How Israel Usurps Palestinian Land in Calculated Stages
Local Press, Amira Hass  |  8.1.2019
The Israelization of 137,000 dunams (nearly 34,000 acres) of Palestinian land deepens every time its legal owners, their children and grandchildren are denied entry
How Israel Usurps Palestinian Land in Calculated Stages
Foreign Press, Amira Hass  |  8.1.2019
The Israelization of 137,000 dunams (nearly 34,000 acres) of Palestinian land deepens every time its legal owners, their children and grandchildren are denied entry
'Too Small': How the IDF Annexes Palestinians' Plots That Would One Day Become Israeli Homes
Local Press, Amira Hass  |  6.1.2019
More West Bank farmers whose land near the separation barrier is their livelihood, property and savings, are now denied access to it, due to Israel's 'updated criteria'
'Too Small': How the IDF Annexes Palestinians' Plots That Would One Day Become Israeli Homes
Foreign Press, Amira Hass  |  6.1.2019
More West Bank farmers whose land near the separation barrier is their livelihood, property and savings, are now denied access to it, due to Israel's 'updated criteria'
Palestinians Have a Tradition of Collective Ownership, but Israel Splits Up Their Land Anyway
Local Press, Amira Hass  |  4.1.2019
Fahima and Jihad Hirsheh, like many of their neighbors, are fighting for their right to cultivate their land on the other side of the West Bank separation barrier. As a consolation, they grow vegetables on their roof
Palestinians Have a Tradition of Collective Ownership, but Israel Splits Up Their Land Anyway
Foreign Press, Amira Hass  |  4.1.2019
Fahima and Jihad Hirsheh, like many of their neighbors, are fighting for their right to cultivate their land on the other side of the West Bank separation barrier. As a consolation, they grow vegetables on their roof
Farming Permits for Palestinians in West Bank ‘Seam Zone’ Cut Drastically
Foreign Press, Amira Hass  |  3.1.2019
Nearly three-quarters of requests refused in 2018, compared to one-quarter in 2014
3.1.2019
Military data obtained by HaMoked reveals: dramatic rise in the denial of access of Palestinian farmers to their West Bank farmlands lying beyond the separation wall. Security is rarely the reason for denying access
2.12.2018
The military’s war of attrition against a man trying to access his father's farmland trapped inside the “seam zone”: a year-long battle and numerous interventions by HaMoked were required to renew his “agricultural work” permit
12.11.2018
At the height of the olive harvest: the military issued entry permits to "the Seam Zone" to Palestinian farmers, valid for less than two months
10.5.2018
HaMoked to the Military: cancel the arbitrary demand that owners of land in the "Seam Zone" undergo an expensive bureaucratic process in order to be issued new entry permits
7.3.2018
Only following HaMoked’s intervention: the military allowed a Hebron resident to return to his home, after denying his entry to the neighborhood for a month
9.11.2017
Only following HaMoked’s intervention: the military retracted its arbitrary demand that people submit applications in person for “seam zone” entry permits
18.7.2017
The military to HaMoked: your arguments regarding the new “Seam Zone Standing Orders” are petty and rehashed
Re: 2017 Seam Zone Standing Orders Set
Principal Correspondence  |  13.6.2017
How Israel Prevents Palestinian Farmers From Working Their Lands
Local Press, Amira Hass  |  26.5.2017
A months-long strike ended this week when the Civil Administration agreed to reexamine procedures concerning access to farmland beyond the West Bank separation barrier. Have the reasons for the strike really disappeared? Time will tell
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
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”
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


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