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Compensation for Civilians Injured by Security Forces Activity: CA 5964/92 Bani ‘Odeh v. State of Israel (Judgment of March 20, 2002)
Criticism  |  5964/92  |  1.2.2011  |  Adv. Alon Margalit
Criticism
A civilian, resident of the occupied territory, who is not taking part in combat is injured in the course of security forces activity and suffers bodily or property damages. He files a compensation claim against the state with a court in Israel. Israeli statute determines that the state is not civilly liable and is exempt from paying compensation if the damage was incurred in the course of a “w...
Soldiers Do Not Lie: CC (Jer.) 8811/04 Abu Snineh v. State of Israel (Judgment of November 9, 2009)
Criticism  |  8811/04  |  1.4.2010  |  Adv. Yossi Wolfson
Criticism
Unit 202 of the Israeli military has a reputation as being a top operations unit. This is judicial knowledge; or so at least according to the judgment of Judge Malka Aviv at the Jerusalem Magistrates Court in the matter of Abu Snineh. I will confess: this author has no idea what Unit 202 is, or what reputation it has gained. Perhaps this is the root of the problem.The verdict concerns events th...
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