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12.8.2018
Six human rights organizations in an urgent petition to the High Court of Justice: Reverse all restrictions on movement of goods through Kerem Shalom Crossing and immediately allow entry of fuel to Gaza
14.6.2017
Human rights organizations to the Attorney General: Israel’s decision to reduce electricity supply to the Gaza Strip is inherently unlawful and would lead to a humanitarian disaster for some two million people; the government must be instructed not to pursue implementation
Ad in solidarity with human rights organizations in the West Bank and the Gaza Strip, published in Arabic in Al-Quds Newspaper
Press Release  |  7.9.2014
7.9.2014
Israeli human rights organizations, including HaMoked, in an ad expressing solidarity with the human rights organizations in the West Bank and the Gaza Strip, September 7, 2014
7.8.2014
The Attorney General's response to Israeli human rights organizations: no indication that he intends to intiate an external investigation mechanism into the military offensive policy of Israel in the Gaza Strip
Re: Severe Electricity and Water Shortages in the Gaza Strip
Principal Correspondence  |  23.7.2014
23.7.2014
Human rights organizations to the Minister of Defense: Israel must immediately enable the renewal of water and electricity supply to the Gaza Strip in order to prevent humanitarian and environmental crisis
Re: Offensive policy in Gaza in Operation Protective Edge
Principal Correspondence  |  21.7.2014
Translation from the website of ACRI
21.7.2014
Israeli human rights organizations to the Attorney General: instruct the government and the military to avoid indiscriminate attacks which cause excessive harm to civilians in the Gaza Strip
Demolition of Palestinian Homes in Hebron to Ease the Daily Life of Jewish Settlers: HCJ 10356/02 Haas v. IDF Commander in the West Bank (Judgment of March 4, 2004)
Criticism  |  10356/02  |  1.12.2011  |  Adv. Yossi Wolfson
Criticism
In one of the Israeli Supreme Court’s comprehensive judgments regarding the law applicable in the OPT, the court acknowledged the constitutional status of the human rights of residents of the OPT. In that same judgment, the High Court of Justice (HCJ) sanctioned the demolition of Palestinian houses in Hebron. The judgment was penned by Justice Procaccia with the consent of the then Supreme Cour...
21.8.2011
Contrary to morality and in breach of international law: Israel limits the quantity and quality of drinking water in the Gaza Strip
HCJ 4457/09 - Mana' et al. v. The Minister of Defense et al. Judgment
Judgment / Supreme Court  |  4457/09  |  27.7.2011
Expropriation of Private Palestinian Land for Building a Road for Israelis: HCJ 393/82 Jam'iat Iscan Al-Ma’almoun v. IDF Commander in Judea and Samaria Area (Judgment of December 28, 1983)
Criticism  |  393/82  |  1.1.2010  |  Adv. Yossi Wolfson
Criticism
The judgment in Jam'iat Iscan Al-Ma’almoun is a pillar of the Israeli law of occupation. One would be hard pressed to find a common law rule relating to the occupation which cannot be supported by this judgment. It is essential reading material for any lawyer training in this field and an inexhaustible source for quotes. The judgment is also a microcosm of the Supreme Court’s functioning when i...
The Plundering of Resources and their Exploitation for Israeli Interests: HCJ 9717/03 Na’ale v. Supreme Planning Council in the Judea and Samaria Area; HCJ 10359/03 Nili v. Supreme Planning Council in the Judea and Samaria Area (Judgment of June 14, 2004)
Criticism  |  9717/03  |  1.1.2010  |  Adv. Yossi Wolfson
Criticism
One of the most important rules in the laws of occupation is the prohibition on the occupying power to plunder the occupied territories and transfer its non-renewable resources to its own hands. The Israeli court reviewed this rule in a petition filed by residents of two settlements, Na’ale and Nili, against the establishment of a quarry in the Natuf valley nearby.The settlers were concerned ab...
United Nations Fact Finding Mission on the Gaza Conflict
Other  |  28.9.2009
Report of the Goldstone commission appointed by the UN Human Rights Council in order to examine suspicions of war crimes during the Cast Lead war. The report, which is based on evidence and much information from both Palestinian and Israeli sources, determines that actions taken by Israel and Hamas during the war included breaches of international humanitarian and human rights law. The commissi...
29.7.2009
HaMoked deleted its petition to allow B'Tselem's field researchers to enter the Gaza Strip: The court rejected the petitioners' claims that many Israelis enter Gaza, and the military's refusal to permit the entry appears to be an attempt to hinder the work of human rights organizations in Israel
19.6.2009
To mark the two years of closure that Israel has imposed on the Gaza Strip: Israeli human rights organizations have released a new online film with the message "Lift the closure - give life a chance".
15.6.2009
Israeli human rights organizations to the EU: Use Association Council meeting to stop settlements and open Gaza
19.3.2009
HaMoked and other human rights organizations launch an urgent appeal to the Prime Minister, the Defense Minister, the Minister of the Interior and the Attorney General: Refrain from collective punishment of the civilian population in Gaza as a means of exerting political pressure to advance the cause of Gilad Shalit
4.3.2009
HaMoked and B'Tselem petitioned the HCJ demanding to allow the entry of three B'Tselem workers into the Gaza Strip, in order to document and examine the humanitarian situation and the state of human rights following the fighting: the Court instructed the State to respond to the petition within 14 days


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