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In this section, we display newspaper articles relating directly to HaMoked and its work (also when the organization itself in not mentioned), as well as news items specifically connected to HaMoked’s areas of activity.

The section is dedicated with great appreciation to Dalia Kerstein, executive director of HaMoked in the years 1991-2017.

‘Gaza is a one-way ticket’: How Israel’s relocation policy is separating Palestinian communities
Foreign Press,  Henriette Chacar  |  30.6.2020
Israel is systemically routing Palestinian movement in one direction — from the West Bank to Gaza. Families and advocates say the silent transfer is splintering Palestinian society.
Annexation is already here
Foreign Press, Jessica Montell   |  29.6.2020
The Seam Zone - the area beyond the Separation Barrier in the West Bank - is a testing ground for the treatment of Palestinians under annexation, and it's a lousy modelPublished in the Times of Israel
Palestinians petition court to reroute 6 km. of security barrier
Foreign Press, Tovah Lazaroff - Jerusalem Post  |  7.6.2020
“We expect the High Court to make sure that where the fence is designed to dispossess Palestinians, rather than protect security, it will be dismantled”.
I am under a lockdown, but not because of the coronavirus
Foreign Press, Laith Abu Zeyad  |  27.5.2020
Israel has banned me from leaving the West Bank and has refused to tell me why.
Israel's Top Court Halts Home Demolition of Palestinian Accused of Killing Soldier
Foreign Press, Hagar Shezaf & Netael Bandel  |  25.5.2020
The army didn't issue the demolition order until five months after the attack, meaning it wouldn't serve as a deterrent, justice says
Israel Tells Court Would Stop Forcing Palestinian Laborers to Give Access to Phone Data
Foreign Press, Hagar Shezaf  |  15.5.2020
Terms of use of Israel's Al Munasiq app, which was required of laborers during the coronavirus crisis, say information shared can be used 'for any purpose, including security,' but the Civil Administration now says they would change
Amid Coronavirus Crisis, Israel Tells Palestinians to Download App That Tracks Phones
Foreign Press, Nir Hasson  |  8.4.2020
Palestinians who want to ensure their permit to stay in Israel is still valid are required to install an app allowing the military to access data on their cellphone since army offices are closed due to the coronavirus
Israel Considers Cutting Off Parts of East Jerusalem to Stem Coronavirus Spread
Foreign Press, Nir Hasson  |  23.3.2020
Jerusalem Mayor Leon opposes the move which would sever access to thousands of permanent residents of Israel. Prime Minister's Office says a decision on the matter has yet to be made
Israel’s New Condition for Palestinians Hoping to Work Their Land: A Pop Quiz in Map Reading
Foreign Press, Amira Hass  |  4.1.2020
The army confiscated dozens of crossing permits of farmers whose plots are beyond the separation barrier. While they labor to retrieve them, their land remains untended
Israel Limits West Bank Farmers' Access to Lands Near Green Line
Foreign Press, Hagar Shezaf  |  24.11.2019
New regulations impose a quota on the number of times a year Palestinian farmers may enter their fields between the separation barrier and the Green Line
'Stateless' east Jerusalem journalist released from Israeli prison
Foreign Press, Khaled Abu Toameh  |  27.10.2019
After being denied the status of official resident, Palestinian journalist Mustafa Kharuf has been released from prison after being arrested earlier this year.
Israel releases stateless Palestinian journalist it tried to deport
Foreign Press, Oren Ziv  |  25.10.2019
After nine months in detention and two failed deportation attempts, Israel releases East Jerusalem resident Mustafa al-Haruf. He has been living in Jerusalem for over 20 years, yet Israel refuses to grant him permanent status.
Israel Releases Palestinian, Set for Deportation to Brazil, After Over 2 Years in Detention
Foreign Press, Amira Hass  |  2.10.2019
Ma'an Abu Hafez was born in Brazil but moved to the West Bank as a toddler and left no family behind. Israel has been unsuccessfully trying to send him back
Jordan refuses entry to stateless Palestinian photographer held by Israel
Foreign Press, Miriam Berger  |  23.7.2019
Israeli authorities want to detain Mustafa Al Haruf even though his family is from occupied East Jerusalem
Israel Supreme Court throws out petition for Palestinian child prisoners to call parents
Foreign Press  |  4.7.2019
Israel’s Supreme Court has refused to hear a petition filed by a human rights organisation which requested that Palestinian child prisoners be allowed to call their parents while in detention.
Top court throws out case demanding Palestinian kids be allowed to call parents from prison
Foreign Press, Edo Konrad  |  3.7.2019
The Israeli Supreme Court refuses to hear arguments in a case about whether Palestinian minors imprisoned by Israel should be allowed to speak to their families on the phone.
Should Palestinian children be able to call parents from prison? Israeli court will decide
Foreign Press, Edo Konrad  |  30.6.2019
Palestinian children in Israeli jails classified as ‘security prisoners’ are denied the right to speak to or see their families, sometimes for months on end
Only 13 of the 77 gates in the West Bank separation fence are open daily for Palestinian farmers. Soldiers decide who may reach his field – if they can understand the orders
Foreign Press, Amira Hass  |  12.5.2019
Only 13 of the 77 gates in the West Bank separation fence are open daily for Palestinian farmers. Soldiers decide who may reach his field – if they can understand the orders
Israel Seeks to Block All East Jerusalem Family Reunification Hearings Over 'Workload'
Foreign Press, Nir Hasson  |  1.5.2019
East Jerusalem Palestinian families are stuck in fear and without medical care or schools for their children while they wait for the Interior Ministry to hear their cases
He’s Palestinian, She’s German, but Only an Israeli Stamp Lets Them Live Together in the West Bank
Foreign Press, Amira Hass  |  16.3.2019
Thousands of spouses of Palestinians are denied permanent resident status and must continually obtain entry visas and visitor permits, or suffer forced separations (02) 627 1698   (02) 627 6317

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