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Military data reveals: sharp rise in the number of people deported by the military from their West Bank homes to the Gaza Strip, due to their out of date addresses in the Israeli copy of the population registry
Following HaMoked’s petition to the HCJ: the military canceled a Gaza deportation order issued for a Palestinian youth living in the West Bank from infancy
At the end of his prison sentence: the state is set to deport to Gaza a Palestinian youth who has lived his entire life in the West Bank
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
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
Following HaMoked’s petition: two motherless children from Gaza are allowed to relocate to the West Bank to live with their father
HCJ 580/13 - Masri et al. v Military Commander of the West Bank Area et al. Respondent's Notice
Statement  |  580/13  |  17.1.2016
State's notice in HaMoked's petition to change the address in the population registry of two young Palestinians who were born in the Gaza Strip and moved to the West Bank as infants. The State announces that it will "exceptionally" exempt the two from "the requirement to receive renewable stay permits in the West Bank and the requirement to carry the permits, and these will be issued irrespecti...
The HCJ to the State: it is unreasonable to compel lifelong inhabitants of the West Bank – from birth or infancy – to live there pursuant to renewable stay permits, like foreigners in their own land
Following HaMoked’s petition: The military backtracks and allows a family from the West Bank to enter Gaza to visit an ailing daughter
Only following an HCJ petition: the military allowed a woman in advanced pregnancy who chose to leave Gaza and give birth near her parents to travel to the West Bank
The military's response to an inquiry by HaMoked and Gisha: between 2011 and 2014, 58 applications by West Bank residents for relocation to the Gaza Strip were approved subject to a signed pledge never to return to the West Bank
Re: Gisha's Request according to the Freedom of Information Law, Procedure on the Relocation of West Bank Residents to the Gaza Strip – Response
Principal Correspondence  |  26.3.2015
Response to a freedom of information request submitted by HaMoked and Gisha regarding the application of the procedure on the settlement of West Bank residents in the Gaza Strip. The military's response indicates that between January 2011 and August 2014, 58 requests for settlement in Gaza were submitted, 7 by men and 51 by women; and that six of the West Bank residents who "settled" in Gaza we...
Re: Request according to the Freedom of Information Law - Procedure on the Relocation of West Bank Residents to the Gaza Strip – Partial Response
Principal Correspondence  |  22.3.2015
HCJ 1972/15 - Hadiga et al. v. Military Commander for the West Bank Area et al. Petition for Order Nisi
Petition to HCJ  |  1972/15  |  19.3.2015
Military stonewalls Gaza woman who wished to visit her sick mother in Ramallah: State continues the foot dragging after HaMoked files a petition, and the mother passed away without seeing her daughter
Military allows young Palestinian woman to visit her sick mother in the West Bank, but used to allow her passage back to her home in Gaza: HaMoked petitioned the HCJ against what appears to be a new policy
In response to HaMoked's petition to allow a West Bank Palestinian to visit his ailing brother in Gaza, the state claimed that open heart surgery did not qualify as an exceptional humanitarian case: the court clarified to the state that its position was unacceptable, and the visit was approved
HCJ 537/15 - Suliman et al. v. The Military Commander of the West Bank et al. Judgment
Judgment / Supreme Court  |  537/15  |  25.2.2015
For the first time in 15 years, the military approved the passage of students from Gaza to the West Bank for academic studies: a day later, the military retracted the approval, claiming it was a clerical error
HCJ 1187/15 - Abu Ghararbeh et al. v. The Military Commander of the West Bank et al. Petition for Order Nisi
Petition to HCJ  |  1187/15  |  17.2.2015 (02) 627 1698   (02) 627 6317

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