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In Israeli Residency Case, Individual Responsibility vs. Collective Punishment
Academic  |  2.7.2018  |  Liron Libman
From the website of LAWFARE
Israel’s Punitive House Demolition Policy: Collective Punishment in Violation of International Law
Report  |  1.1.2003
An Al Haq report: Israel’s house demolition policy in the Occupied Territories from various aspects – legislation, international law, and practice.
Re: Harm to the Palestinian population and collective punishment in Operation Brother's Keeper
Principal Correspondence  |  22.6.2014
22.6.2014
Israeli human rights organizations in an urgent letter to the Ministers of Defense and Public Security: refrain from collective punishment of Palestinians following the abduction of three Israelis
20.9.2007
Israeli rights groups condemn proposed state sanctions against Gaza civilians: Cabinet decision will impose collective punishment on a civilian population, lead to grave breach of International Law
20.12.2015
HaMoked petitions against the impending punitive demolition of a home in Surda: the demolition of homes harms innocent people and constitutes collective punishment in breach of international law
23.11.2016
Punitive demolition order threatens the home of an East Jerusalem resident and her five children; HaMoked: Home demolition constitutes collective punishment harming the innocent
15.2.2016
HaMoked to West Bank commander: Closure imposed on al-'Araqah constitutes collective punishment and must be lifted immediately
Ending punitive demolitions
Foreign Press, Jessica Montell  |  14.12.2017
HaMoked is proud to be the lead organization contesting these demolitions, which are a blatant collective punishment of innocent people.
Civilians Under Siege: Restrictions on Freedom of Movement as Collective Punishment
Report  |  11.1.2001
From the website of B'Tselem.
HCJ 6868/02 - Salah a-Din et al. v. Commander of the Military Forces in the West Bank Petition for Order Nisi
Petition to HCJ  |  6868/02  |  7.8.2002
HaMoked's petition to instruct the military not to demolish the house in Tulkarm where an assailant's father has been living for the past 21 years. The house is rented and not owned by the assailant's family. HaMoked asserts that the demolition is unbalanced and constitutes collective punishment contrary to international humanitarian law.
Israel and the Occupied Territories - Surviving under siege: The impact of movement restrictions on the right to work
Report  |  8.9.2003
This report analyses the impact of movement restrictions on the right to work of Palestinians in the West Bank and the Gaza Strip. It details the findings of Amnesty International's research and describes representative cases in different areas of the West Bank and Gaza. The report contends that the widespread and prolonged closures, curfews and other restrictions on movement currently imposed ...
CC 9327/04 - Masri et al. v. The State of Israel Statement of Claim
Complaint  |  9327/04  |  3.8.2004
HaMoked's tort claim on behalf of the family of the assailant in the attack at the Sbarro restaurant in Jerusalem in 2001, whose home was demolished by the military, causing considerable damage to property. The plaintiffs claim that the demolition was carried out without a demolition order and without a hearing, as required by law. Moreover, aside from the demolition itself, which is prohibited...
HCJFH 360/15 HaMoked - Center for the Defence of the Individual et al.v. Minister of Defense Request for Further Hearing
Application  |  360/15  |  15.1.2015
Request for further hearing in the public petition against the policy of punitive house demolition filed by HaMoked and seven other human rights organizations. HaMoked asserts that the issue and its repercussions are of the utmost importance and difficulty; that the petition's main arguments, that this is collective punishment and needless destruction of protected persons' property - both prohi...
27.1.2016
HaMoked to the Military Commander of the West Bank: the military encirclement imposed on Beit Ur a-Tahta constitutes collective punishment and must be lifted at once
HCJ 8070/14 - A. Abu Jamal et al. v. GOC Home Front Command Petition for Order Nisi and Interim Order
Petition to HCJ  |  8070/14  |  27.11.2014
HaMoked's petition against the state's intention to partially demolish the family home of one of the two assailants in the attack at the synagogue in Har Nof, Jerusalem. HaMoked asserts that "reality and history show that house demolition does not stop terror – and Respondent's argument that the deterrence of future potential perpetrators is a proper purpose, is deceptive"; furthermore, that "H...
HCJ 8066/14 - M. Abu Jamal et al. v. GOC Home Front Command Petition for Order Nisi and Interim Order
Petition to HCJ  |  8066/14  |  27.11.2014
HaMoked's petition against the state's intention to partially demolish the family home of one of the two assailants in the attack at the synagogue in Har Nof, Jerusalem. HaMoked asserts that "reality and history show that house demolition does not stop terror – and Respondent's argument that the deterrence of future potential perpetrators is a proper purpose, is deceptive"; furthermore, that "H...
HCJ 8066/14, 8070/14 - _____ Abu Jamal et al. v. GOC Home Front Command Transcript
Transcript  |  8066/14  |  3.12.2014
Transcript of the hearing in two of HaMoked's petitions against the state's intention to seize and demolish the family homes of the two assailants in the attack at the synagogue in Har Nof, Jerusalem. In the hearing, HaMoked claimed that there was no evidence that house demolition achieved deterrence, and that this was an exceptional act of collective punishment. HaMoked also challenged the use...
HCJ 4597/14 - 'Awawdeh et al. v. West Bank Military Commander Petition for Order Nisi and Interim Order
Petition to HCJ  |  4597/14  |  29.6.2014
HaMoked's petition against the military's intention to partially demolish the house in Idhna village where a suspected assailant's nuclear family lives. In the entire house live 13 people, many of them minors. HaMoked asserts that the intended demolition contradicts international law's prohibition on collective punishment, and also Israel's Basic Law: Human Dignity and Liberty; that punitive ho...
HCJ 8024/14 - Hijazi et al. v. GOC Home Front Command Petition for Order Nisi and Interim Order
Petition to HCJ  |  8024/14  |  26.11.2014
HaMoked's petition against the military's intention to seize and demolish the family home of the suspected shooter of right-wing activist Yehuda Glick. HaMoked asserts that punitive house demolition – or sealing – is nothing but unacceptable and prohibited collective punishment, contrary to international law and Israel's basic legal principle that a person must not be punished for another perso...
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