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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
5.6.2016
HaMoked in a petition to the HCJ: allow travel through Ben Gurion International Airport to Palestinians undergoing family unification in Israel
HCJ 2626/15 - al-Ghul et al. v. Minister of Interior et al. Petition for Order Nisi
Petition to HCJ  |  2626/15  |  16.4.2015
Re: Stay of Exit Order for Security Reasons: My Client Mr. ___ Ghul, ID No.____: Objection
Objection  |  19.3.2015
19.3.2015
The Minister of Interior issued an order banning the departure abroad of an East Jerusalem resident who was recently expelled from his city and ordered away from the West Bank: HaMoked has filed an objection to this decision
3.9.2013
Due to the bilateral agreement between Israel and the Palestinian Authority: East Jerusalem residents traveling to Jordan via Allenby Bridge are charged higher fees than at other border crossings
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...
HCJ 8155/06 - The Association for Civil Rights in Israel et al. v. Commander of the IDF Forces in Judea and Samaria Petitioners' Response to the Respondents' Notice and Request for Order Nisi and Interim Order
Response to Petition  |  8155/06  |  20.2.2008
Response by human rights organizations to a new procedure published by the military pertaining to Palestinians wishing to travel abroad. The organizations claim the military is ignoring the problems mentioned in the petition, and attempting to thwart these organizations’ criticism as well as the involvement of attorneys and courts in its decision making.
HCJ 8155/06 - The Association for Civil Rights in Israel et al. v. Commander of the IDF Forces in Judea and Samaria Updating Notice by the State Attorney's Office
Statement  |  8155/06  |  21.1.2008
A procedure submitted by the State Attorney’s Office in the framework of a petition against severe restrictions of movement imposed on persons precluded from travelling by the ISA. A reading of the procedure reveals that it contravenes the principles of proper administration, which are detailed in the petition, fortifies unjustified and unreasonable infringements of human rights, and, under the...
HCJ 8155/06 - The Association for Civil Rights in Israel et al. v. Commander of the IDF Forces in Judea and Samaria Judgment
Judgment / Supreme Court  |  8155/06  |  1.8.2007
In a petition against the infringement on the freedom of movement of Palestinians who are precluded from travelling by the ISA, the Supreme Court ruled that the State must submit the procedure it is drafting, and that the petitioners will be given the option to respond to it. Regarding the rest of the issues which the petition raised, the Court ruled that they must be split into concrete petiti...
19.3.2007
Following a petition submitted by HaMoked, a permanent resident of East Jerusalem was permitted to depart for Jordan, and the Interior Ministry was ordered to bear the Petitioners’ expenses in the sum of NIS 5,000: The petition was submitted following a grave and protracted failing on the part of the Interior Ministry which prevented the Petitioner from traveling via Allenby Bridge. The ministr...
The Rights of Non-citizens
Article  |  1.3.2007
An analysis of various international legal sources dealing with the protection of minorities. The research examines how international conventions on one hand, and states on the other, view the obligation to protect non-citizens in terms of permanent legal status in the country, child registration, education, health, freedom of movement etc. From the Office of the United Nations High Commissione...
13.3.2006
The Interior Ministry prevents a permanent resident from traveling to Jordan, this without warrant, hearing or explanation: HaMoked petitions the HCJ against this ongoing violation of her right to travel abroad
7.12.2005
HaMoked's petition leads to publication of Interior Ministry procedures regarding citizens' and residents' travel to Jordan: According to the procedure, notice must be served to anyone regarding whom there is a decision to prohibit exit to Jordan for security reasons. Such a prohibition is valid for no more than six months and the affected person has a right to submit an objection regarding it
Conflict, occupation and patriarchy: Women carry the burden
Report  |  31.3.2005
A report by Amnesty International presenting the grave harm caused to woman as a result of human rights violations in the Occupied Territories. Many of the violations, including house demolitions and the destruction of agricultural land, severe restrictions on freedom of movement and restrictions on the right to education and work, directly or indirectly affect women. The report also mentions P...
HCJ 4706/02 - Salah et al. v. Minister of the Interior Judgment
Judgment / Supreme Court  |  4706/02  |  17.7.2002
CCPR/C/21/Rev.1/Add.9, General Comment No. 27. General Comment No. 27: Freedom of movement (Art.12)
International Convention  |  2.11.1999
Travel Abroad Procedures for Judea and Samaria Residents and Accompanying Persons
Principal Correspondence  |  15.12.1997
The Military Advocate General's response to HaMoked's appeal regarding procedures for travel abroad in cases where a parent who is a resident of the Territories wishes to travel with a child who is a Jerusalem resident.
Travel Abroad Procedures for East Jerusalem Residents and Accompanying Minors who are not Registered in the Population Registry
Principal Correspondence  |  2.11.1997
According to Interior Ministry procedures, children of East Jerusalem residents who are not registered in the population registry may leave the country through a Palestinian passport or an "exit card", subject to the Ministry's approval.leave the country through a Palestinian passport or an "exit card" and subject to the Interior Ministry's approval.
Travel Abroad Procedures for West Bank Residents and Accompanying Persons through the Allenby Bridge and Ben Gurion Airport
Principal Correspondence  |  13.8.1997
HaMoked's letter to the Military Advocate General, concerning a request for clarification regarding travel abroad procedures in cases where family members' registration is not uniform, or where family members are awaiting the Interior Ministry's response regarding registration of children.


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