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The attack against human rights NGOs continues: a right-wing organization seeks to infiltrate HaMoked by “planting” secret operatives
Re: “The Planted” [“Moles” Campaign]
Principal Correspondence  |  17.12.2015
Im Tirtzu's response to HaMoked's demand to remove the offensive ad and video clip from the internet.
This is How We Fought in Gaza: Soldiers׳ testimonies and photographs from Operation "Protective Edge" (2014)
Report  |  4.5.2015
Report by Breaking The Silence organization
Alleged Investigation: The Failure of Investigations Into Offenses Committed by IDF Soldiers Against Palestinians
Report  |  1.8.2011
A report by Yesh Din uncovering the systematic flaws which prevent the success of MPCID investigations into offences committed by soldiers against Palestinians. Consequently, 96.5% of complaints filed are closed without indictments. The report is based on Yesh Din's monitoring of 192 complaints and analysis of dozens of investigation files, covering diverse offences against Palestinians and the...
Following public outcry over publicized photos of military personnel posing alongside Palestinian detainees: HaMoked reminds that it had already alerted the military to this phenomenon in 2006
HaMoked severely protests the conduct of the Israel Security Agency which harasses and threatens Palestinians wishing to study abroad: Exerting pressure on the protected population to collaborate is a flagrant violation of international humanitarian law
The District Court accepted an appeal filed by HaMoked regarding the compensation sum awarded to Palestinians who had been attacked by police officers: In the ruling, the court found that the plaintiffs are to receive compensation for both the physical damage and the severe injury to their dignity
Following HaMoked's demand for an investigation into an incident in which police officers assaulted one of its employees, an indictment was served against the police officers involved: following the incident, the employee who was assaulted required hospital care
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...
Exceptions: Prosecution of IDF soldiers during and after the Second Intifada, 2000-2007
Report  |  28.10.2008
A report by Yesh Din on the outcome of indictments against soldiers charged with offences against Palestinians and their property from September 2000 to the end of 2007. The report reveals that indictments have been filed in only 6% of all investigations opened in the period covered by the report. The report also shows that although thousands of Palestinians had been killed in that period, sold...
HCJ 4194/08 – Al-Wardian et al. v. Commander of the Investigation Unit of the Military Police Petition for Order Nisi
Petition to HCJ  |  4194/08  |  12.5.2008
HaMoked'd petition regarding the military's protracted and unreasonable delays in transferring investigation materials to Palestinians harmed by security forces. The military has delayed transferring materials to the Petitioners for years, despite their right to view them. In so doing, the military impedes them from submitting objections regarding the nature or outcome of the investigation and ...
The Right to Compensation for the Violation of Human Rights
Article  |  1.5.2008
An article on Israel's obligation to compensate Palestinians for the injustices of the occupation. The article explains the importance of civil claims by Palestinians as it is the only way to see some justice done and expose the mechanisms of wrongdoing. The article also explains the Israeli legislature's attempts to avoid civil claims and legislate an immunity mechanism for the State.
An employee of HaMoked was summoned to a meeting with a GSS agent in which he was asked about his activities at HaMoked and elsewhere: The GSS man who introduced himself as “Peter” also told the employee that he had an “offer” for him to “help one another”
Unreasonable delays by the Interior Ministry in granting a stay permit as part of the procedure for family unification: HaMoked petitioned to the Court of Administrative Affairs, stating this is a grave breach of procedure which the Interior Ministry undertook before the court. It seems that authorization for the invited spouse’s stay permit is delayed in an attempt by the Israel Security Agenc...
HCJ 9593/04 - Morar, Head of Yanun Village Council and others v. IDF Commander in Judaea and Samaria and others Judgment
Judgment / Supreme Court  |  9593/04  |  26.6.2006
A Semblance of Law: Law Enforcement upon Israeli Civilians in the West Bank
Report  |  1.6.2006
The report's findings indicate a general phenomenon of absence of adequate law enforcement by the authorities upon settlers who commit offenses against Palestinians. The report documents serious faults in all stages of the law enforcement process. In the committing of offenses, IDF soldiers present on the scene show a grave tendency to ignore offenses; in filing complaints, Palestinian complain...
Human rights organizations warned of possible wave of settler attacks against Palestinians during the course of disengagement: B'Tselem, the Association for Civil Rights in Israel, HaMoked, Yesh Din and Rabbis for Human Rights wrote to the Defense Minister and the Attorney General, demanding that appropriate preparation be made, particularly in areas which regularly come under attack by settlers
Civil suits for maltreatment of Palestinian truck drivers near Hebron: HaMoked filed two claims for compensation against the state regarding cases in which soldiers stopped truck drivers driving along Route 60, brutally beat the drivers, and falsely imprisoned them
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...
CC (Jerusalem) 11714/04 - Quq et al. v. The State of Israel
Complaint  |  11714/04   |  20.10.2004
Claim for damages filed by HaMoked against the State for the torching of a Palestinian’s vehicles by settlers during the olive harvest. Despite prior coordination between Palestinian farmers and the military, and despite a call for help during the course of the incident, the State did not guard the olive pickers, and enabled the settlers to run wild, during which they set several vehicles ablaz... (02) 627 1698   (02) 627 6317

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