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Position paper on Israeli Control of the Palestinian Population Registry and its implications for Palestinians’ basic right
Position Paper  |  24.8.2021
A Threshold Crossed: Israeli Authorities and the Crimes of Apartheid and Persecution
Report  |  27.4.2021
"Ceased Residency": between 1967 and 1994 Israel revoked the residency of some quarter million Palestinians from the West Bank and the Gaza strip
Response to your application under the Freedom of Information Act on the issue of deportation and revocation of residency in the Judea and Samaria Area and in the Gaza Strip
Principal Correspondence  |  10.6.2012
Israel continues to abstract Palestinians from the OPT population registry: a human error or a policy?
"Ceased Residency": between 1967 and 1994 Israel revoked the residency of 140,000 West Bank Palestinians
Letter to the Legal Advisor for the West Bank regarding the removal of the "Inactive" tag from Identity Card
Principal Correspondence  |  11.5.2010
HaMoked's letter to the military legal advisor for the West Bank, demanding to remove the "inactive" tag from the identity card of a Palestinian serving life in a prison inside Israel. In the original Palestinian population registry, the man is duly listed without any reservation. HaMoked demands the "inactive" tag be removed from the man's entry in the Israeli copy of the Palestinian populatio...
In response to HaMoked's petition under the Freedom of Information Act, the Interior Ministry provided data regarding the scope of residency revocation in East Jerusalem: Between 2005 and 2007, 1,869 permanent residents of Jerusalem were revoked of their residency, including 91 minors
On 8 December 2008, the High Court of Justice held a hearing on a petition filed by HaMoked, regarding Israel's policy of denying official changes of address from the Gaza Strip to the West Bank: HaMoked cautions that Israel's policy institutionalizes the separation between the two parts of the Occupied Territories, and perpetuates a reality whereby the Palestinian populations of the West Bank ...
Following a HaMoked petition, a Palestinian woman who belongs to the “Second HCJ Population” received a permit to visit the Territories: The appellant entered the Territories in 1993 with a visitor’s permit from the Ministry of the Interior, and applied to convert this into a permit for the Territories permitting a longer visit. The military claimed that the appellant did not belong to the abov...
Israeli officials deleted the names of long-serving Palestinian prisoners from the Population Registry and are evading requests to restore the names: The Legal Advisor for the West Bank argues that the restoring of registration should be implemented by the Palestinian side, despite the fact that in the past the advisor has admitted that the responsibility for the “error” and its correction rest...
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.
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 (02) 627 1698   (02) 627 6317

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