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Following HaMoked’s appeal: the Appeals Tribunal cancelled the Ministry of Interior’s decision to revoke the Israeli status of an assailant’s mother and ruled the Ministry must decide her case anew
Israeli human rights organizations: New Israeli law that lets interior minister revoke Palestinian residency in Jerusalem for 'breach of loyalty' is illegal
Entry into Israel Law (Amendment No. 30), 5778-2018
Law  |  7.3.2018
Israeli human rights organizations to the Ministry of Interior: Legislation to revoke permanent residency due to breach of allegiance is unconstitutional and contrary to international law
The Supreme Court to the Minister of Interior: the permanent residency status of an East Jerusalem woman, revoked following her past relocation abroad, must be restored immediately
Ending punitive demolitions
Foreign Press, Jessica Montell  |  14.12.2017
HaMoked is proud to be the lead organization contesting these demolitions, which are a blatant collective punishment of innocent people.
The Appeals Tribunal accepted HaMoked's position and cancelled the Minister of Interior’s decision to revoke the residency status of four family members of an assailant: the Ministry of Interior has to make new decisions in their matter and if they decide to continue this form of collective punishment must initiate new proceedings accordingly
The HCJ ruled that the Minister of Interior is not authorized to revoke permanent status due to breach of allegiance to the state: however, the decision to revoke the status of four East Jerusalem youths on this ground will not be cancelled for now, to allow the Knesset to make it legal
HCJ 1635/16 - Abu Kaf et al. v. Government of Israel et al. Judgment
Judgment / Supreme Court  |  1635/16  |  5.11.2017
Appeals Tribunal rejects Im Tirtzu motion to join proceedings on revocation of status of an assailant’s relatives
HaMoked to appeals tribunal: Dismiss Im Tirtzu motion to join proceedings challenging status revocation for assailant's relatives
Israel: Jerusalem Palestinians Stripped of Status
Article  |  8.8.2017
From the website of Human Rights Watch
The cat is out of the bag: Israel revokes the status of blameless people – in the name of “deterrence”, not revenge – because they are family members of an attacker
Israel continues its "quiet deportation" policy: in 2016, the Ministry of Interior revoked the residency status of 95 Palestinians from East Jerusalem
HaMoked to the Appeals Tribunal: contrary to the procedures and the Supreme Court’s case law, the Ministry of Interior revokes the Israeli status of East Jerusalem minors whose parents relocated abroad
Vindictive policy and collective punishment: the military demolishes the families’ homes, the National Insurance Institute denies benefits, and the Ministry of Interior engages in deportation – thus the state persecutes the relatives of assailants
The Supreme Court in a unanimous decision: the Israeli status of East Jerusalem residents is unique by virtue of the fact that they were born here; therefore, an expired residency status may be restored
Appeal 1400/17 - Mashur et al. v. Minister of the Interior et al. Expanded Argument on behalf of the Appellants
Appeal  |  1400/16  |  2.2.2017
Appeal 1398/17 - Qunbar et al. v. Minister of Interior et al. Supplementary Arguments on behalf of the Appellants
Appeal   |  1398/17  |  2.2.2017
The deportation of five relatives of the Armon HaNatziv assailant has been prevented for now: the Appeals Tribunal has issued temporary orders suspending the deportation; the state has seven days to respond (02) 627 1698   (02) 627 6317

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