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Israel Releases Palestinian, Set for Deportation to Brazil, After Over 2 Years in Detention
Foreign Press, Amira Hass  |  2.10.2019
Ma'an Abu Hafez was born in Brazil but moved to the West Bank as a toddler and left no family behind. Israel has been unsuccessfully trying to send him back
26.9.2019
Following HaMoked’s petition: West Bank Palestinian released after spending two and a half years in detention as “illegal alien” pending deportation
18.9.2019
HCJ hearing tomorrow regarding young Palestinian man detained for two and a half years pending deportation
20.5.2019
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
27.3.2019
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
3.11.2014
According to the Palestinian media: children born abroad who have a parent who is a resident of the OPT, would no longer need to obtain a permit from Israel in order to enter the West Bank for the purpose of registering in the Palestinian population registry – provided they are under age 14
Ma’an News Agency, "Palestinian children born abroad to enter West Bank without permit", 29.10.2014
Press  |  29.10.2014
Courtesy of Maan News Agency
Procedure separating parents from children in the occupied Palestinian territory
Position Paper  |  10.7.2012
"Forget About Him, He’s not Here" Israel’s Control of Palestinian Residency in the West Bank and Gaza
Report  |  1.2.2012
from the website of Human Rights Watch
16.5.2011
The Supreme Court orders the state to pay NIS 7,500 in trial costs: the military permitted a 16 year old Palestinian to enter the West Bank for her registration in the population registry only after HaMoked’s petition
6.12.2008
HaMoked has petitioned the High Court of Justice (HCJ) in the case of a Palestinian minor from Jordan who applied to be registered in the Population Registry in the territories despite having passed age 16: The HCJ rejected the petition, and even saw fit to express its opinion regarding the Petitioner’s quality of life in Jordan as opposed to “the distress facing others in the current political...
30.9.2007
Following a petition filed by HaMoked, a Palestinian minor who lives in Jordan with his parents received a visitor’s permit into the West Bank and was entered in the population registry there: The West Bank Military Commander impedes the issuance of visitor’s permits for Palestinian minors living abroad in an attempt to block them from returning to live in the Occupied Territories when they so ...
19.9.2007
In the series of petitions that have been filed by HaMoked - Center for the Defence of the Individual in the matter of family unification in the territories, the state has claimed that the petitioners seek to violate the interim agreements, and therefore the petitions must be refused since they deal with essentially political issues: however the state’s claims are misleading, since in fact, the...
27.6.2007
HaMoked has filed a further petition against military policy that prevents Palestinian residents of the Territories from maintaining family life and living with their partners and children: This is the twenty-seventh petition in a series filed by HaMoked demanding that the military authorities end their refusal to process applications submitted for their attention. HaMoked is also demanding tha...
8.8.2006
Perpetual Limbo – A new report by HaMoked and B’Tselem: This is the second report in a series examining Israeli policy imposing separation on nuclear families in the Occupied Territories. The report focuses on Israel’s policy since the outbreak of the second intifada, including the total freeze on the processing of family unification in the Territories. This makes the lives of thousands of Pale...
Perpetual Limbo: Israel's Freeze on Unification of Palestinian Families in the Occupied Territories
HaMoked Report  |  1.7.2006
Second report by HaMoked and B'Tselem on Israel's policy which forces nuclear families in the Territories to live separately. The report focuses on Israel's policy since the second intifada, which freezes processing of family unification applications in the Territories, making the lives of thousands of Palestinian families impossible.
15.6.2006
HaMoked has petitioned the HCJ against the refusal by the military to process the request of a Palestinian youth to enter the West Bank in order to be registered in the Palestinian population registry: The military is using the political boycott of Hamas as a pretext for refraining from processing applications lawfully forwarded by the Palestinian administrative authorities. This constitutes a ...
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...
10.1.2006
Following HaMoked's petition, the Court ordered the State to see to the registration of a Palestinian resident of the West Bank whom the State had refused to acknowledge as a resident due to bureaucratic failures: the Justices ruled that the Petitioner holds strong administrative evidence and it is difficult to understand why his application for status had not yet been approved
6.9.2005
HaMoked petitioned the HCJ against the military's refusal to process a family unification application filed by a West Bank resident for his spouse: The military has refrained from processing the application for five years with the aim of preventing the spouse, a Palestinian who holds a Jordanian ID and has been living in the Occupied Territories legally for over 12 years, from receiving permane...


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