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Order regarding Security Provisions (Amendment No. 19) (Judea and Samaria), 5772-2012
Military Legislation  |  1698  |  7.6.2012
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...
Transit Policy to the West Bank via Israel
Procedure  |  31.7.2008
Movement and Access Restrictions in the West Bank: Uncertainty and Inefficiency in the Palestinian Economy
Report  |  9.5.2007
Report by the World Bank criticizing Israel for the severe restrictions it places on freedom of movement in the Palestinian Authority, which damage its capacity for economic development. Israeli restrictions section off half the Territories of the West Bank and extinguish any chance of the Palestinian economy's recovery from the crisis it is in. The rising number of roadblocks, checkpoints and ...
Disengaged Occupiers: The Legal Status of Gaza
Position Paper  |  17.1.2007
This paper shows that in contrast to the rhetoric used to describe the disengagement plan, Israel has not relinquished control over Gaza but rather removed some elements of control while tightening other significant controls. Far from improving the economy and welfare of Gaza residents, Israeli actions since September 2005 –including severe restrictions on the movement of people and goods in an...
The right to family life in the Territories – Criteria for family unification and visitor permits Letter to the Minister of Defense
Principal Correspondence  |  23.10.2006
HaMoked – Center for the Defence of the Individual appealed in a letter to the Minister of Defense requesting his personal intervention in changing the illegal policy implemented by the military with regard to family unification and visitor permits for residents of the Occupied Territories. In its letter, HaMoked reviewed the arrangements regarding family unification and visitor permits up to 2...
Closure of the office of the legal advisor at Erez DCO
Principal Correspondence  |  23.10.2006
In a letter sent to the Military Advocate General, HaMoked establishes that the closure of the office of the legal advisor at the Erez DCO, as part of the "disengagement plan" is a "cosmetic" act designed to strengthen Israel's claim that the Gaza Strip is no longer under military rule. The responsibilities of the advisory office have been distributed among several military offices, rendering i...
HCJ 2959/06 Ahmidat v. Commander of the Army Forces in the West Bank
Principal Correspondence  |  2959/06  |  26.4.2006
In the course of a petition regarding issuing a Palestinian belonging to the "second HCJ population" with a visitor's permit into the Territories, HaMoked clarifies the Respondent's severe mistake and explains the historical background and processes which led to the agreements regarding this population. The Respondent claims that the Petitioner did not prove that her "center of life" was in the...
Letter to the Attorney General: Government Resolution regarding the Boycott of the Palestinian DCOs
Principal Correspondence  |  6.4.2006
HaMoked’s appeal to the Attorney General regarding the government’s order that the military cut off all ties with the Palestinian DCOs, except in urgent medical cases. Israel transferred many authorities to the Palestinian Authority, including those related to the population registry, residency, immigration, education and healthcare. The proper exercise of these powers entails submission of man...
6.4.2006
Amended petition against the permit regime in the "seam zone'": HaMoked: Center for the Defence of the Individual petitions against the apartheid regime instituted by Israel, that effectively creates two distinct groups within the seam zone: Israelis and tourists, who freely enter, move about and leave the zone; and Palestinians, who require permits to enter, work and sleep in the zone.
HCJ 2959/06 - Ahmidat et al. v. Commander of the IDF Forces in the West Bank Petition for Order Nisi
Petition to HCJ  |  2959/06  |  4.4.2006
Following a petition filed by HaMoked, a Palestinian woman belonging to the “second HCJ population” received a visitor’s permit to the Territories which also allows for a relatively long stay therein. The Petitioner entered the Territories in 1993 with a visa issued by the Interior Ministry’s bureau in East Jerusalem and has remained there ever since with her husband and children. The Responden...
HCJ 4416/05 - Abu Shamma et al. v. Commander of the Military Forces in the West Bank Petition for Order Nisi
Petition to HCJ  |  4416/05   |  8.5.2005
A petition by HaMoked following the refusal of the respondent to handle the request of a Palestinian youth to enter the West Bank from abroad so that he can register in the Palestinian registry of residents. HaMoked warned the respondent for many months that the youth would soon become sixteen, and that, according to present law, he would not be permitted to register in the registry afterwards....
One Big Prison - Freedom of Movement to and from the Gaza Strip on the Eve of the Disengagement PlanSummary
Synopsis  |  29.3.2005
Report by HaMoked and B'Tselem dealing with the grave violations of human rights caused by Israel's strangulation of the Gaza Strip. The report addresses, inter-alia, the prevention of Gazans from going abroad and Palestinians from traveling between the Gaza Strip and West Bank; the grave injury to Israelis' right to visit their relatives in the Gaza Strip and the limiting of the posibility of ...
One Big Prison - Freedom of Movement to and from the Gaza Strip on the Eve of the Disengagement Plan
HaMoked Report  |  29.3.2005
Report by HaMoked and B'Tselem dealing with the grave violation of human rights caused by Israel's strangulation of the Gaza Strip. The report addresses, inter-alia, the prevention of Gazans from going abroad and Palestinians from traveling between the Gaza Strip and West Bank; the grave injury to Israelis' right to visit their relatives in the Gaza Strip and the limiting of the possibilty of l...
11.3.2005
Israelis allowed to enter the Gaza Strip in order to visit relatives during Id Al-Fitr: Following HaMoked's petition, the military pledged to allow Israelis who have immediate family in the Gaza Strip to visit them during the Muslim festival – this provided they had security clearance and submit the application 24 hours ahead of time


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