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HaMoked: Center for the Defence of the Individual is an Israeli human rights organization with the main aim of assisting 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.
HaMoked – Standing Against Punitive House Demolitions
New report by HaMoked
"Quiet Deportation"

Between 1967 and 2017, Israel has revoked the residency status of 
14,630 East-Jerusalem Palestinians
Timeline: The Status of Palestinians in East Jerusalem
TIMELINES
Charting Key Events and Legal Developments by Subject
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COURT WATCH
Israeli Case-Law under Scrutiny 
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CASE SUMMARIES
The Occupation from Below – the Personal Stories
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Updates
13.2.2019
HaMoked to the High Court of Justice: Residents of the oPt who have been lawfully living in Israel for years, must be given permanent status after they reach their sixth decade. In the absence of any security claim against them, there is no justification to the continued infringement of their rights
7.2.2019
HaMoked successfully prevents the deportation to Gaza of a man who finished serving his prison sentence in Israel: Israel has avoided updating the man’s address, although he moved to the West Bank in the 1990s
5.2.2019
Following HaMoked’s court petition: the military allowed a PhD student to return to his studies in Algeria, after he was repeatedly prevented from leaving – and following an illicit attempt to pressure him to collaborate
20.1.2019
The High Court rejected HaMoked’s request for a further hearing on the judgment allowing the demolition of the family home of a teenager accused of a stabbing attack: despite the unclarity regarding the minor’s motives, the home was demolished for “deterrence”
14.1.2019
In a majority opinion, the High Court allows the punitive demolition of the family home of a teenage assailant: doubts are raised in the judgment about the effectivity of home demolitions as a deterrent
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