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Following HaMoked’s intervention: Israel abandons its plan to deport to Jordan a Palestinian living since childhood in the West Bank. The man was released to his home after he was held for some three months in a prison ward for illegal aliens
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
Re: Deportation of assailants' relatives to the Gaza Strip Ours: our letter 37230
Principal Correspondence  |  3.3.2016
re: Employing measures against relatives of perpetrators of attacks
Principal Correspondence  |  21.1.2016
Re: Plans by the government and the security establishment to expel relatives of individuals who perpetrated attacks against Israelis to the Gaza Strip
Principal Correspondence  |  25.11.2015
The military releases three Palestinians to their West Bank homes: after holding them in prisons in Israel for more than three years under an administrative decision without being convicted
After being imprisoned for more than three years under an administrative decision, without being convicted: two Palestinians are released to their West Bank homes; five others remain imprisoned in Israel
According to an administrative decision and without being convicted: Seven Jordanian-born Palestinians who live in the West Bank have been held in prisons inside Israel for years after completing their sentence
Order regarding Prevention of Infiltration (Amendment No. 2) and Order regarding Security Provisions (Amendment No. 112)
Principal Correspondence  |  8.6.2010
Order regarding Prevention of Infiltration (Amendment No. 2)
Military Legislation  |  13.4.2010
Amendment to the Order on the Prevention of Infiltration (Judea and Samaria) (number 329) 5729-1969, which entered into force on April 13, 2010. The amendment defines any person staying in the Occupied Territories without a permit as an infiltrator - including people who were born in the West Bank and have lived there their whole lives. Those defined as infiltrators will be expelled, potentiall...
Letter to GOC Central Command following the Order regarding Prevention of Infiltration (Amendment No. 2) and Order regarding Security Provisions (Amendment No. 112)
Principal Correspondence  |  25.3.2010
Following a petition submitted by HaMoked, a Palestinian resident of the OPT was released after being held in prison for three years, and the deportation order against him was cancelled: Prior to his detention, the petitioner had never been arrested or interrogated by the military
HCJ 2820/07 - Sliman v. Commander of the IDF Forces in the West Bank Petition for Order Nisi
Petition to HCJ  |  2820/07  |  26.3.2007
HaMoked filed a petition on behalf of a Palestinian who had been detained for over three years after being caught with no ID card. The petition called for his release and the cancellation of the deportation order issued against him. Over the entire course of his detention, the detainee was never brought before a court for judicial review of his detention, nor was the deportation order he was t...
ECHR Case of Bolat v. Russia, Judgement of 5 Oct 2006
International Tribunal  |  5.10.2006
Rodrigues da Silva and Hoogkamer v. the Netherlands (Application no. 50435/99)
International Tribunal  |  3.7.2006
HCJ 282/88 - ‘Awad v. Yitzhak Shamir, Prime Minister and Minister of Interior et al. Judgment
Judgment / Supreme Court  |  282/88  |  5.6.1988
The HCJ dismisses the petition of an East Jerusalem resident who relocated to the USA for studies, acquired American citizenship, and when wishing to return to Jerusalem, was told his residency had been revoked and that he was to be deported. The HCJ ruled that the status of East Jerusalem Palestinians is regulated by the Entry into Israel Law, which defines their permanent residency permits. I...
Order regarding Prevention of Infiltration
Military Legislation  |  29.6.1969
Order regarding prevention of infiltration (Judea and Samaria) (number 329) 5729-1969. According to the order, any person entering the occupied territories illegally from Jordan, Syria, Egypt or Lebanon will henceforth be considered an infiltrator. This, unlike people who were born in the occupied territories and have lived in them since their birth.

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