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HCJ judgment distributed to the media before it was sent to HaMoked: President Hayut’s Office apologized for the “administration failure”
In a legal first, the Appels Tribunal accepts HaMoked's request to order the Ministry of Interior to pay trial costs for its contempt of court
The HCJ upheld the Boycott Law: anyone calling for a boycott on Israel or "an area under its control" may be sued for damages
The HCJ rejects HaMoked's petition: the justices base their decision on state claims against another man
Alleged Investigation: The Failure of Investigations Into Offenses Committed by IDF Soldiers Against Palestinians
Report  |  1.8.2011
A report by Yesh Din uncovering the systematic flaws which prevent the success of MPCID investigations into offences committed by soldiers against Palestinians. Consequently, 96.5% of complaints filed are closed without indictments. The report is based on Yesh Din's monitoring of 192 complaints and analysis of dozens of investigation files, covering diverse offences against Palestinians and the...
28 civil society organizations and activists: “the Wind Blowing in the Knesset Endangers Us All”
Law for Prevention of Damage to the State of Israel through Boycott (2011)
Law  |  11.7.2011
Translation from the website of Adalah.
The Supreme Court Secretariat informs that no transcripts were written in two hearings recently held in petitions filed by HaMoked: In response to a complaint launched by HaMoked on this matter, the Supreme Court registrar notified that the secretariat’s notice was due to an error and that following the complaint, instructions on this matter have been reiterated.
Re: Your Letter of 8 July 2009 on lack of court transcripts
Principal Correspondence  |  20.7.2009
The Supreme Court’s response to HaMoked’s letter regarding unlawful lack of transcripts of court hearings. In the letter, the court informs HaMoked that the notice HaMoked was given regarding lack of transcripts in its cases was erroneous. The source of the error was that the transcripts did not appear on the court’s computer system. Following the incident, the court informs that in order to pr...
HaMoked appealed to the President of the Supreme Court after learning that Court hearings regarding two cases were not transcribed as required: transcripts of hearings form a constitutional obligation which must not be infringed
HaMoked Center for the Defence of the Individual: was awarded the 2009 Berlson Prize for Understanding between Jews and Arabs in Memory of Yitzhak Rabin
HaMoked has petitioned the High Court of Justice (HCJ) regarding the unreasonable delays in forwarding the findings of investigations by the Military Police Investigations Unit (MPIU) into cases in which Palestinians are injured by the security forces: HaMoked emphasizes that forwarding investigation findings to the victims and their families within a reasonable period of time forms an integral...
Complaint – conduct of a private investigator in the course of an open investigation by the Defense Ministry
Principal Correspondence  |  21.11.2007
HaMoked's complaint to the Legal Advisor to the defense agencies regarding severe suspicions against a private investigator sent by the Defense Ministry to conduct an open investigation in the home of Palestinian residents of Arraba. The investigator is suspected, inter alia, of breaching his duties under the regulations, creating a false presentation, providing false information to the persons...
Following an appeal by HaMoked, the military retracted its arbitrary demand for the private phone numbers of Palestinians as a condition for processing various requests submitted on their behalf by human rights organizations, including HaMoked, to the Gaza DCO: In its response, the military claims the directive had been handed down at the request of the ISA and that the phone numbers were requi...
HaMoked in an urgent appeal to the Attorney General over the government's instruction to the military to sever all contact with the Palestinian District Coordination Offices, except in medical emergencies: this is an unparalleled infringement of human rights and a gross violation of international law, liable to bring upheaval to the region
Appeal of decision to deduct NIS 825  from the fee reimbursed to petitioners in petitions to the High Court of Justice: HaMoked appeals the decision of the registrar of the Supreme Court, whereby from now on, petitioners will not be reimbursed the entire amount of the fee paid upon petitioning the HCJ, even if the petition is found justified and is dismissed without a hearing. According to the ...
HCJ 9332/02 - Jarar et al. v. IDF Commander in Judea and Samaria Decision
Judgment / Supreme Court  |  9332/02  |  20.12.2002
In a habeas corpus petition filed in view of the Respondent's failure to notify a detainee's family of his location, the Court ordered the Respondent to pay costs. Only after the submission of the petition was notification of the detainee's whereabouts given. The Court noted the importance of immediate notification of both the detention itself and the deatinee's location. While the large number...
HCJ 9332/02 - Jarar et al. v. IDF Commander in Judea and Samaria Application to Dismiss Petition and Impose Costs and Attorneys' Fees on Respondent
Application  |  9332/02  |  11.11.2002
Following a habeas corpus petition, the Respondent gave notification of a detainee's location. The Petitioners, therefore, seek to dismiss the petition and impose costs on the Respondent. It was only the petition which led the Respondent to find out where the detainee was being held and provide information about him, as required by law. The petition specified that during that period of time the...
HCJ 9332/02 - Jarar et al. v. IDF Commander in Judea and Samaria Petition for Writ of Habeas Corpus
Petition to HCJ  |  9332/02  |  3.11.2002
HaMoked's petition for a writ of habeas corpus instructing the Respondent to carry out its duty and inform the Petitioner's family where he is being held and under what legal provision; and, if he is being held illegally – order his release. Despite the Respondent's obligation to inform of the whereabouts of a detainee without delay, by the time the petition was filed eight days had gone by wit...
HCJ 6504/95 - Wajie et al. v. State of Israel
Judgment / Supreme Court  |  6504/95   |  1.11.1995
Judgment in a petition by several Gaza Strip residents to instruct Israel to release them from detention they consider unlawful. The petition is dismissed. The petitioners argue that the Military Court's jurisdiction in the "Area" does not extend beyond it; therefore the issuance of the order in Ashkelon was unauthorized. The justices rule that under the Order regarding Security Provisions, a s... (02) 627 1698   (02) 627 6317

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