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Israel Prosecutor Reopens Case Against Officers Beating Palestinian Inmates After Haaretz Investigation
Foreign Press, Josh Breiner  |  16.8.2021
At least 10 officers were filmed beating prisoners and dozens more were present, in one of the most violent events to ever take place in an Israeli jail. Only four officers were questioned, none were arrested
When It’s in Israelis' Interest Not to Believe the Palestinians
Foreign Press, Amira Hass  |  21.6.2021
The healthy distrust Israelis display toward official statements by government and private entities that have a say in their own socioeconomic situation, vanishes in the context of the occupation
Israeli Officers Were Filmed Beating Palestinian Inmates. No One Arrested, Case Closed
Foreign Press, Josh Breiner  |  12.6.2021
At least 10 officers were filmed beating prisoners and dozens more were present, in one of the most violent events to ever take place in an Israeli jail. Only four officers were questioned, none were arrested
A Chronicle of Prison Brutality in Israel
Foreign Press, Haaretz Editorial  |  11.6.2021
HaMoked appeals to the Israel Police against the closing of 13 complaints regarding the March 2019 violent incident, in which Ketziot Prison wardens brutally beat and maltreated dozens of bound and defenseless prisoners, severely injuring some. The incident was recorded on prison security cameras
The HCJ rejects HaMoked petition to reinvestigate prison warder’s violence towards juvenile detainee: “This court does not intervene in such decisions, except in exceptional and extreme cases”
HaMoked in new report: Israeli military arrests hundreds of Palestinian teenagers from their beds in the middle of the night, rather than summon them to interrogation. Based on the findings, HaMoked petitioned the HCJ
Report reignites controversy over night arrests of Palestinian minors
Foreign Press,  Yonah Jeremy Bob  |  23.11.2020
The IDF said that night arrests were carried out in place of daytime arrests to avoid village-wide struggles which could lead to far more casualties on both sides.
Under Cover of Darkness: Night Arrests of Palestinian Minors by Israeli Security Forces in the West Bank
HaMoked Report  |  1.10.2020
HaMoked to the HCJ: prison warder’s violence towards juvenile detainee must be reinvestigated; the investigation authorities’ conduct was flawed throughout, subverting the search for truth
HaMoked to the military: minors should not be pulled out of their beds at night in order to be interrogated; the default should be to summon them to interrogation at the police station
HaMoked complaint to the Ministry of Justice: the recurring phenomenon of ISA interrogations of minors who are kept in isolation and denied legal counsel must be eradicated
This is How We Fought in Gaza: Soldiers׳ testimonies and photographs from Operation "Protective Edge" (2014)
Report  |  4.5.2015
Report by Breaking The Silence organization
After staying abroad for 10 years, while evading compensation payment and performance of community service: a settler convicted of assaulting a Palestinian was arrested upon his return to the country and later released
11 years after beating and degrading an East Jerusalem father in front of his son: 3 officers will pay the father and son 60,000 NIS in compensation
CC 6879/07 - Fakhuri et al. v. Romanenko et al. Judgment
Judgment / Magistrate's Court  |  6879/07  |  7.9.2014
After over 20 years: an Israeli border police officer who participated in attacking a Palestinian in custody pays the compensation imposed on him by the court
HaMoked and other human rights organizations in an urgent appeal to the Minister of Defense: the military must prepare in advance for possible attacks against Palestinians in the build up to the evacuation of the Ulpana Hill
Open-Fire Regulations: CA 7995/02 Military Commander in the Judea and Samaria Area v. Sha’anubi (Judgment of September 25, 2007)
Criticism  |  7995/02  |  10.9.2011  |  Adv. Yossi Wolfson
It is commonly accepted that law enforcement agencies have the authority to use force in order to apprehend suspected offenders. This authority is far reaching: it does not concern self-defense or stopping the commission of an offense, nor use of force in order to enforce a served judgment. This is a secondary power which is adjunct to the power to imprison an individual for the purpose of clar...
HCJ 6477/11 - HaMoked: Center for the Defence of the Individual et al. v. Military Police Investigation Unit Commander et al. Petition for Order Nisi
Petition to HCJ  |  6477/11  |  7.9.2011
Petition by HaMoked and Yesh Din to instruct the military to amend the "Procedure for Processing External Requests to Access Investigative Materials collected by MPIU”. The organizations assert that the procedure’s arrangements are extremely unreasonable, motivated by extraneous considerations and violate basic rights. The organizations demand the procedure be revised such that civil claims aga... (02) 627 1698   (02) 627 6317

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