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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
Following HaMoked’s petition: West Bank Palestinian released after spending two and a half years in detention as “illegal alien” pending deportation
HCJ hearing tomorrow regarding young Palestinian man detained for two and a half years pending deportation
In the absence of documentation: HaMoked had to delete its petitions against Israel’s freeze on family unification in the West Bank
Following HaMoked’s intervention: Israel abandons its plan to deport to Jordan a Palestinian living since childhood in the West Bank. The man was released to his home after he was held for some three months in a prison ward for illegal aliens
HaMoked petitions the High Court of Justice on behalf of a Palestinian man imprisoned in Israel as an illegal alien for over two years: Israel’s denial of family unification in the West Bank is the reason for his incarceration
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
HaMoked to the High Court: cancel the complete freeze of family unification in the occupied territories, and allow foreign citizens married to Palestinians to settle in the occupied territories lawfully
Young Palestinian man in Israeli detention for a year and eight months in an effort to expel him to Brazil
The military to HaMoked: there is no flaw in the complete freeze of family unification in the occupied territories
Israel continues to harm the right of Palestinians to family life: the state persists in its refusal to examine family unification requests submitted by Palestinian residents of the Occupied Territories
A stranger in his land: Israeli authorities are detaining a young Palestinian man who has lived in the West Bank since he was 3, until he agrees to "return" to Brazil. The young man has been detained for a year and four months in a ward for illegal aliens awaiting deportation
AP 32869-10-14 - Hamada et al. v. Population Immigration and Border Authority Judgment
Judgment / District Court  |  32869-10-14  |  25.12.2014
Procedure separating parents from children in the occupied Palestinian territory
Position Paper  |  10.7.2012
"Forget About Him, He’s not Here" Israel’s Control of Palestinian Residency in the West Bank and Gaza
Report  |  1.2.2012
from the website of Human Rights Watch
HaMoked has obtained the release of a Palestinian youth who was held in custody for two and a half years pursuant to a warrant for his deportation to Jordan. Israel claims his presence in the Occupied Territories is illegal and intends to deport him to a place to which he has no ties. HaMoked obtained the release of a Palestinian youth who was held in custody for two and a half years pursuant t...
HCJ 3911/10 Bardawil et al. v. Military Commander in the West Bank et al. Amended Petition for Order Nisi
Petition to HCJ  |  3911/08  |  15.3.2010
HaMoked’s amended petition to allow a West Bank Palestinian to return home from Gaza with his family. The original petition did not include the father who also found himself stranded in the Gaza Strip. In the amended petition HaMoked argues that the Palestinian who is married to a Gazan and has been visiting her and their young children in Gaza for years, has now been forced by the military to ...
On 8 December 2008, the High Court of Justice held a hearing on a petition filed by HaMoked, regarding Israel's policy of denying official changes of address from the Gaza Strip to the West Bank: HaMoked cautions that Israel's policy institutionalizes the separation between the two parts of the Occupied Territories, and perpetuates a reality whereby the Palestinian populations of the West Bank ...
HaMoked has petitioned the High Court of Justice (HCJ) in the case of a Palestinian minor from Jordan who applied to be registered in the Population Registry in the territories despite having passed age 16: The HCJ rejected the petition, and even saw fit to express its opinion regarding the Petitioner’s quality of life in Jordan as opposed to “the distress facing others in the current political...
Following a series of petitions filed by HaMoked against the military's policy which prevents Palestinian residents of the Territories from conducting family life and living with their spouses and children in the Territories, Israel announced it is willing to examine 50,000 family unification applications as a political "gesture": HaMoked further demands Israel fulfill its obligation to routine... (02) 627 1698   (02) 627 6317

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