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28.10.2018
Another step in the creeping annexation of the West Bank: new law moves the authority to hear some petitions relating to the occupied territories from the HCJ to the Jerusalem District Court
2.10.2017
HaMoked in a petition to the HCJ: Palestinians whose property was confiscated by the military in the past must be allowed to appeal against it to the special committee established in this matter upon the court’s instruction
11.9.2014
Military in response to Freedom of Information Application: Number of seizure orders for Palestinian property soars between 2011 and 2013
HCJ 1785/14 - Sarawi et al. v. Military Commander of the West Bank Area Petition for Order Nisi
Petition to HCJ  |  1785/14  |  9.3.2014
9.3.2014
HaMoked to the HCJ: Revoke the new military order which obviates the possibility of appealing a military decision to confiscate Palestinian property
Appeal 4735/13 - Sarawi et al. v. Military Commander of the West Bank Area Appellants' Summations concerning Subject Matter Jurisdiction
Brief  |  4735/13  |  21.1.2014
MA 4337/13 - Sarawi v. Military Commander of the Judea and Samaria Area Respondent's Summations concerning Subject Matter Jurisdiction
Brief  |  4735/13  |  14.1.2014
Appeal 4735/13 - Sarawi et el. v. Military Commander of the Judea and Samara Area Decision
Decision  |  4735/13  |  6.1.2014
28.6.2012
HaMoked calls on the State Attorney's Office to properly handle complaints by Palestinians of torture during ISA interrogations: a probe into alleged acts of torture by interrogation officials is in the public's interest
Criminal Law on the Two Sides of the Green Line: HCJ 7932/08 Al-Harub v. Commander of the Military Forces in the Judea and Samaria Area (Judgment of December 29, 2009)
Criticism  |  7932/08  |  1.1.2010  |  Adv. Yossi Wolfson
Criticism
The status of the West Bank as occupied territory under international law is used by Israel to justify a regime of separation which employs two different legal systems, one for each of the population groups. This system essentially preserves the hegemony of the Jewish ethnic population over the Palestinian population (separated into several subgroups to each of which Israel applies a different ...
HCJ 8276/05 - Adalah – The Legal Center for Arab Minority Rights in Israel et al. v. Minister of Defense et al. Petition for Order Nisi and Interim Order
Petition to HCJ  |  8276/05  |  1.9.2005
Petition to void Amendment No. 7 of the Civil Wrongs (Liability of the State) Law, which denies subjects of an “enemy state” and members of “terrorist organizations” the right to compensation for injuries they sustain at the hands of security forces. The amendment also denies Palestinians the right to sue for compensation if they are injured in an area outside Israel declared a “conflict zone” ...
HCJ 11858/04 - Al-Khatib et al. v. Commander of the IDF forces in the West BankPetition for Order Nisi
Petition to HCJ  |  11858/04  |  27.12.2004
HaMoked's against the respondent’s decision not to allow a youth and his mother, residents of Hebron, to enter Israel to enable the youth to undergo a medical examination needed to prove his damages as part of his personal-injury suit. Eyewitnesses stated that soldiers at a nearby checkpoint aimed their weapons at the school and immediately after that, a shot was heard. Following the incident, ...


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