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HaMoked to the state: the workload of the Appeals Tribunal undermines the rights of those appealing to it and its continued operation must be evaluated
The HCJ upheld the Boycott Law: anyone calling for a boycott on Israel or "an area under its control" may be sued for damages
HaMoked to the Magistrates' Court: the fee demanded by the Ministry of Interior for handling application under the Freedom of Information Law is four times the fee stipulated by law
CMA 10235-09-12 – HaMoked: Center for the Defence of the Individual v. Ministry of Interior - Population, Immigration and Border Authority
Appeal   |  10235-09-12  |  2.9.2012
Invitation to a pubilc event co-hosted by HaMoked and Bezalel Yaffo 23 Gallery, as part of HaMoked's "Court Watch" project
Invitation to a public event of HaMoked's "court watch" project
Other  |  17.7.2012
AP 214-08-12 - Shanaytah et el. v. Chair of the Appellate Committee for Foreigners (Jerusalem Area) et al. Administrative petition
Administrative Petition  |  214-08-12  |  15.7.2012
The Status of West Bank Assets Owned by Jews Prior to 1948: HCJ 3036/03 Shlomo Valero v. The State of Israel (Judgment of February 6, 2011)
Criticism  |  3103/06   |  1.7.2012  |  Adv. Yotam Ben Hillel
HCJ 3103/06 Sholomo Valero v. The State of Israel concerns the fate of assets in Hebron which were purportedly purchased by Moshe Valero, a Jewish man, in 1935. Valero passed away in 1945 and his property was divided between his three children. The petitioners in this case were two of his children and the heirs of the third.As is known, beginning in 1948, the West Bank was under the control of ...
AP 28253-11-11 - Shanaytah et al. v. Ministry of Interior et al. Judgment
Judgment / District Court  |  28253-11-11  |  17.4.2012
Leading Human Rights Organizations Petition the Israeli Supreme Court to Cancel the Anti-Boycott Law
Respondent's Response in Appeal 281/11 on the failure to respond to the demand to receive evidentiary material in the framework of the "intent to deny" the family unification application
Principal Correspondence  |  29.2.2012
Fighting Auto Theft in Israel: MApp 4506/08 ‘Ajaj v. State of Israel (Judgment of May 1, 2008); MCrimApp 4343/08 ‘Ajaj v. State of Israel (Judgment of June 29, 2008)
Criticism  |  4506/08, 4343/08  |  1.12.2011  |  Adv. Yossi Wolfson
One of the central tenets of the laws of occupation is that the discretion of the military commander of an occupied territory is constricted by two magnetic poles: the military needs of the occupying power on one hand and the interests of the population of the occupied territory on the other. The Supreme Court of Israel has ruled time and again that the military commander may not take into acco...
The IDF and Alleged International Law Violations Reforming Policies for Self-Investigation (Abstract)
Report  |  1.12.2011
Abstract taken from The Israel Democracy Institute website. Complete policy paper available in Hebrew
AP 28253-11-11 - Shanaytah et al. v. 1. Minister of the Interior et el. Administrative Petition
Administrative Petition  |  28253-11-1  |  15.11.2011
In the wake of attacks and threats against activists and organizations: Joint statement by the civil society organizations in Israel
The Ministry of Interior, the nonexistent hearing, and the fake transcript
The HCJ issues an order nisi in two of HaMoked's petitions, and clarifies: reliance on "classified material" requires a certificate of privilege
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 281/11 - Head of Beit Iksa Local Council et al. v. Minister of Defense et al. Judgment
Judgment / Supreme Court  |  281/11  |  6.9.2011
Judgment in a petition to revoke an order for the expropriating lands for the purpose of building a railroad between Tel-Aviv and Jerusalem. The HCJ rejected the petition due to late submission. The Court ruled that while the expropriation undermined the rule of law, the harm done in these circumstances did not exceed the harm that would be caused to public interests were the petition accepted....
HCJ 4457/09 - Mana' et al. v. The Minister of Defense et al. Judgment
Judgment / Supreme Court  |  4457/09  |  27.7.2011 (02) 627 1698   (02) 627 6317

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