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HaMoked petitions the HCJ: revoke an order to deport to Gaza a Palestinian youth who has lived in the West Bank since infancy
At the end of a decade-long legal battle: a stateless Palestinian woman born in East Jerusalem and living there her entire life will receive permanent status in Israel
The HCJ ruled that the Minister of Interior is not authorized to revoke permanent status due to breach of allegiance to the state: however, the decision to revoke the status of four East Jerusalem youths on this ground will not be cancelled for now, to allow the Knesset to make it legal
HaMoked to the Minister of Interior: an adequate solution is needed for Palestinians living in Israel for many years in the framework of the family unification procedure
Updated summary on punitive home demolitions from July 2014 to October 30, 2017
New report by HaMoked and B'Tselem: Unprotected – The Detention of Palestinian Teenagers in East Jerusalem
High Court judgement on granting status to Palestinians who have lived in Israel many years under family unification procedure: For now, there is no place to amend Citizenship and Entry into Israel Law, but it should be softened
At the end of his prison sentence: the state deports to Gaza a Palestinian youth who has lived his entire life in the West Bank
New policy: after demolishing the assailants’ family homes, Israel now files lawsuits against the families
Appeals Tribunal rejects Im Tirtzu motion to join proceedings on revocation of status of an assailant’s relatives
Following HaMoked’s petitions: after years of living with just stay permits and no social security rights, 1,573 Palestinians residing in the Israel in the framework of the family unification procedure receive temporary status
Following HaMoked petition: the military disclosed previous procedures on the burial of Palestinians’ bodies it is holding
HaMoked to appeals tribunal: Dismiss Im Tirtzu motion to join proceedings challenging status revocation for assailant's relatives
HaMoked to the Attorney General: to punitively demolish a home without first making sure the objection rejection notice actually arrived is an outrage; using such a draconian authority requires strict adherence to the administrative proceeding, especially concerning exhaustion of the right to contest
Updated summary on punitive home demolitions from July 2014 to August 20, 2017
Following HaMoked’s petition against the military’s intention to complete a punitive demolition of a West Bank residential unit demolished a year earlier: the remaining parts of the targeted floor will be sealed rather than demolished, to prevent damage to the ground floor where the family lives
Wrongfully and without proper notice: the military demolished tonight a family home in the West Bank, without bothering to respond to HaMoked’s objection in the matter
The HCJ approves the punitive demolition of four homes in the West Bank: one home will be demolished completely; in three other homes only the top floor will be demolished, given the absence of a “residential link” between the assailants and the ground floors
HaMoked to the HCJ: direct the military not to resume enforcing a partially-implemented punitive demolition order
HaMoked to the HCJ: instruct the military to disclose the procedures on the treatment and burial of Palestinians’ bodies, formulated during 1971-1998 and mentioned by the official inquiry commission of 1999 (02) 627 1698   (02) 627 6317

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