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Revocation of Residency in Jerusalem

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6.4.2017
Israel continues its "quiet deportation" policy: in 2016, the Ministry of Interior revoked the residency status of 95 Palestinians from East Jerusalem
22.3.2017
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
21.3.2017
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
15.3.2017
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
29.1.2017
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
Appeal 1399/17 - 'Aweisat v. Minister of Interior Urgent Appeal, Urgent Application for Interim Injunction and Interim Order and Application for Expansion of Arguments
Appeal  |  26.1.2017
26.1.2017
HaMoked to the Appeals Tribunal: the decision to revoke the status of the relatives of the Armon HaNatziv attacker, in a swift and unfair proceeding, stems from extraneous considerations and is in complete contrast to the law
26.1.2017
Minister of Interior announced yesterday he had revoked the status of relatives of the Armon HaNatziv attacker: “Only immediate and practical acts will deter assailants. I am convinced that the revocation of family members’ status will serve as a warning for others”
22.1.2017
Relatives summoned to a Ministry of Interior hearing ahead of the revocation of their Israeli status based only on their family link to the Armon HaNatziv assailant: in addition, at the Ministry of Interior bureau, they suffered humiliating treatment at the hands of the security personnel, who placed them under constant guard
17.1.2017
In a draconian step the Minister of the Interior decided to initiate proceedings for the revocation of the status of 13 persons, including minors, residing in East Jerusalem. Their only sin: kinship to the perpetrator who carried out the attack in Armon HaNatziv
16.1.2017
Bill for the expulsion of perpetrators' families is on the agenda again in Israel: due to "legal difficulties" the deliberations were postponed by three months
Complaint and scathing protest against the violation of the right to due process
Principal Correspondence  |  11.1.2017
11.1.2017
The Minister of Interior announces his intention to revoke the status in Israel of four East Jerusalem residents, relatives of the perpetrator of the attack at Armon HaNatziv: the four have been summoned to a next day hearing ahead of the status revocation; HaMoked: “your conduct is unacceptable… raising concern that this is just a presence-hearing proceeding. We demand you postpone the hearing”
1.11.2016
The state keeps dragging its feet in a status reinstatement case: the Supreme Court warns that if no solution is found it will revisit the binding precedent on revocation of status of East Jerusalem residents
25.4.2016
State's notice to the HCJ: request to submit the response to the petition against the revocation of status of four East Jerusalem men only after judgment is delivered on the public petition on this issue
Re: Revocation of permanent residency status of Jerusalem residents in 2015
Principal Correspondence  |  28.2.2016
HCJ 1635/16 - Abu Kaf et al. v. Government of Israel et al. Petition for Order Nisi
Petition to HCJ  |  1635/16  |  28.2.2016
28.2.2016
HaMoked in a petition to the HCJ against the revocation of Israeli status of four East Jerusalem residents: “the thin line between punishment, retribution and plain revenge has been crossed in the petitioners’ case and the state’s response to their acts”


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