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Creeping Dispossession: Israeli Restrictions on Palestinian Farming Beyond the Separation Barrier
HaMoked Report  |  25.10.2021
Creeping Dispossession: Israeli Restrictions on Palestinian Farming Beyond the Separation Barrier - Executive Summary
Synopsis  |  25.10.2021
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“Creeping Dispossession”: HaMoked’s new report on the steady escalation in restrictions Israel imposes on Palestinian farming beyond the Separation Barrier
Infographic: Palestine’s olive industry
Foreign Press, Mohammed Haddad and Zena Al Tahhan  |  14.10.2021
High Court of Justice rejected HaMoked’s petition: the military can demand that inheritors of plots trapped in the Seam Zone formally register as owners as a condition for getting a permit to cultivate their lands. The petition prompted the state to reduce the land registration fee from 1% of the land’s value to a fixed fee of 160 NIS
HCJ 3066/20 - Ziad et al. vs The Military Commander of the West Bank Area Judgment
Judgment / Supreme Court  |  3066/20  |  12.7.2021
In response to HaMoked petition to the High Court of Justice (HCJ): the state agrees in principle that older Palestinians do not need a special permit to enter the “Seam Zone” – however the implementation is impractical
HCJ 475/21 - Kabha et al. v. Military Commander for the West Bank Area Respondent's Preliminary Response
Response to Petition  |  475/21  |  12.5.2021
A Threshold Crossed: Israeli Authorities and the Crimes of Apartheid and Persecution
Report  |  27.4.2021
HaMoked to the High Court of Justice: Israel must open the “Magen Dan” gate year-round as promised or dismantle the separation barrier in the area of a-Zawiya, where the gate is located
HCJ 6896/18 - Ta’meh et al. v. Military Commander in the West Bank et al. Aaffidavit of Response on behalf of the Respondents
Response by Affidavit  |  6896/18  |  25.3.2021
Only following HaMoked’s petition: the military issued permits of “permanent residence in the Seam Zone” to two brothers who live in the Barta’a area, entirely fenced off by the Separation Barrier
HCJ 475/21 - Kabha et al. v. Military Commander for the West Bank Area Petition for Order Nisi
Petition to HCJ  |  475/21  |  21.1.2021
HaMoked to the HCJ: Palestinians over 50 must be allowed to freely access West Bank lands trapped behind the Separation Barrier; more so given that they are allowed free access to Israel
Only following HaMoked’s petition and court pressure: the military agrees to follow its own regulation and provide a written receipt to people applying for Seam Zone entry permits
Order nisi in HaMoked’s HCJ petition: the state must show why the “tiny plots” criterion should not be cancelled as a reason to deny Palestinian farmers access to lands in the Seam Zone areas of the West Bank
HaMoked to the HCJ: the state failed to provide data to justify its increasingly harsh restrictions on access to farmlands trapped beyond the Separation Barrier
HCJ 6896/18 - Ta’meh et al. vs. Military Commander in the West Bank et al. Petitioners' Response to the Updating Notice
Response to Petition  |  6896/18  |  23.11.2020
Israel to Allow Palestinian Farmers More Access to Their Lands Near Green Line
Foreign Press, Hagar Shezaf  |  29.10.2020
West Bank farmers had petitioned against restrictions issued last year that imposed an annual quota on the number of times they can enter their fields located near the separation barrier
Following HaMoked’s petition: the military cancels the quota set on the number of annual entries to Seam Zone farmlands (02) 627 1698   (02) 627 6317

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