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HaMoked: Center for the Defence of the Individual is an Israeli human rights organization whose main objective is to assist Palestinians of the Occupied Territories whose rights are violated due to Israel's policies.

This site contains information relating to these human rights violations. It gives the texts of Israeli laws and regulations, including those of the Military Government; international conventions; petitions to the Israeli High Court of Justice; claims for compensation for damages; decisions by Israeli and other courts; and other official documents and reports.
New Report by HaMoked
"Quiet Deportation"

Between 1967 and 2013, 
Israel has revoked the residency status of 14,309 East-Jerusalem Palestinians
Timeline: Punitive House Demolitions
Following HaMoked's petition

Improvement in the conditions at the entrance to the population-administration bureau in East Jerusalem  
"Ceased residency"

Between 1967 and 1994
Israel revoked the residency status of some quarter million Palestinians from the West Bank and the Gaza Strip 
Charting Key Events and Legal Developments by Subject
to timelines
Israeli Case-Law under Scrutiny 
to court watch
The Occupation from Below – the Personal Stories
to cases
The HCJ rejected the petitions against the removal orders issued by the military against three East Jerusalem residents: the orders – which mean the expulsion of the men from their city – remain intact
The military's response to HaMoked's freedom-of-information application: "the IDF holds 19 bodies of Palestinians from operation 'Protective Edge'"
HaMoked to two Israeli banks, Bank Leumi and Bank Hapoalim: allow without delay the opening of a bank account for a Palestinian living in Jerusalem in compliance with the amendment to the Prohibition on Money Laundering Order
Israel continues its "quiet deportation" policy: in 2014, the Ministry of Interior revoked the residency status of 107 Palestinians from East Jerusalem
Israel requires Palestinians seeking to travel abroad to first pledge in writing not to meet their sons who were released from prison and deported to Gaza or elsewhere as part of the Shalit exchange deal: a High Court petition on behalf of a couple that refuses to pledge not to meet their son in Jordan is scheduled for a hearing in July 2015
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