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30.3.2015
The military's response to an inquiry by HaMoked and Gisha: between 2011 and 2014, 58 applications by West Bank residents for relocation to the Gaza Strip were approved subject to a signed pledge never to return to the West Bank
Re: Gisha's Request according to the Freedom of Information Law, Procedure on the Relocation of West Bank Residents to the Gaza Strip – Response
Principal Correspondence  |  26.3.2015
Response to a freedom of information request submitted by HaMoked and Gisha regarding the application of the procedure on the settlement of West Bank residents in the Gaza Strip. The military's response indicates that between January 2011 and August 2014, 58 requests for settlement in Gaza were submitted, 7 by men and 51 by women; and that six of the West Bank residents who "settled" in Gaza we...
Re: Request according to the Freedom of Information Law - Procedure on the Relocation of West Bank Residents to the Gaza Strip – Partial Response
Principal Correspondence  |  22.3.2015
3.2.2015
Following HaMoked's petition, the Israel Prison Service has released a prisoner to his West Bank home, despite his registered Gaza address: the state announced in court that this followed a binding policy undertaken in the context of a previous petition by HaMoked
HCJ 641/15 - Abu Wadi et al. v. Israel Prison Service et al. Notice on behalf of the Respondents
Statement  |  641/15  |  29.1.2015
HCJ 641/15 - Abu Wadi et al. v. Israel Prison Service et al. Petition for Order Nisi
Petition to HCJ  |  641/15  |  27.1.2015
28.10.2014
Military's responses to the inquiries of HaMoked and Gisha prove: the procedure for handling applications by Gaza Strip residents for relocation in the West Bank remained impossible also after the amendments which were made therein
Re: Request pursuant to the Freedom of Information Law - Procedure on the relocation of West Bank residents to the Gaza Strip
Principal Correspondence  |  7.10.2014
7.5.2014
Ahead of the HCJ's hearing on the matter-of-principle of address changes from Gaza to the West Bank: HaMoked publishes a position paper, calling on Israel to stop requiring OPT residents to obtain a visa or permit for staying in the Gaza Strip or the West Bank, as if they were tourists
Tourists in their own country: Israel refuses to change the registered addresses of Palestinians who once lived in the Gaza Strip, and renders their continued residence in the West Bank subject to receipt of stay visas
Position Paper  |  7.5.2014
1.5.2014
The military refused to allow a Palestinian woman to visit her sick father in Gaza on the claim that her status in the West Bank had never been arranged: the court has ruled that the woman must apply for a West Bank stay permit, as if she were a tourist
20.3.2014
First-time decision following HaMoked's petition: a Palestinian deported to Gaza may return to the West Bank together with the family he formed in Gaza
HCJ 1891/10 - Jarbo et al. v. West Bank Military Commander et al. Respondents' Updating Notice
Statement  |  1891/10  |  13.3.2014
State's notice in HaMoked's petition to instruct the military to permit the move from Gaza to the West Bank of the family of a Palestinian resident of the West Bank that Israel accidentally deported to Gaza. The woman's wife and children will receive temporary stay permits in the West Bank, in accordance with the gradual "settlement" procedure. The state added a demand to its list of demands of...
2.2.2014
Response to a Freedom of Information petition filed by HaMoked reveals: In more than four years, no applications for relocation from Gaza to the West Bank were filed under the procedure the army issued for this purpose
So Near and Yet So Far: Implications of Israeli-Imposed Seclusion of Gaza Strip on Palestinians’ Right to Family Life
HaMoked Report  |  20.1.2014
Report by HaMoked and B'Tselem describing the severe distress experienced by Palestinian families that are divided between the Gaza Strip and the West Bank, and between the Gaza Strip and Israel. The report reviews the various procedures that are meant to regulate these families' conduct, and examines their application in light of cases handled by HaMoked - both through contact with military au...
20.1.2014
So Near and Yet So Far – Implications of Israeli-Imposed Seclusion of Gaza Strip on Palestinians’ Right to Family Life: New report by HaMoked: Center for the Defence of the Individual and B’Tselem documents harm to Palestinian families divided between Gaza and the West Bank and between Gaza and Israel
AP 26662-07-13 - Gisha et al. v. Coordinator of Government Activities in the Territories Notice on behalf of the Parties
Application  |  26662-07-13  |  11.12.2013
Notice on behalf of the parties in a petition submitted by HaMoked and Gisha, to instruct the military to provide information regarding the application of the "procedure for handling requests of residents of the Gaza Strip to settle in the West Bank". The petition was submitted because the military did not respond in a satisfactory manner to the organizations' request for almost a year. The par...
1.11.2013
Israel continues to pursue its policy of separation between the West Bank and the Gaza Strip: the Coordinator of Government Activities in the Territories presents a revised procedure for the passage of Palestinians from Gaza to the West Bank for the purpose of relocation, which proves to be no less draconian than the original procedure
23.7.2013
Following HaMoked's intervention: Israel will release a prisoner who is erroneously registered as a resident of Gaza Strip to his home in the West Bank
AP 26662-07-13 - Gisha et el. v. Coordinator of Government Activities in the Territories et al. Petition Under the Freedom of Information Act
Administrative Petition  |  26662-07-13  |  14.7.2013


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