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The Right to Compensation According to International Law and According to the Supreme Court: LCA 3675/09 State of Israel v. Daud (Judgment of August 11, 2011)
Criticism  |  3675/09  |  1.1.2012  |  Adv. Yossi Wolfson
The relationship between the Supreme Court of Israel and international law has had its share of ups and downs. The Supreme Court’s judgment in Daud, with the lead opinion written by Deputy President Eliezer Rivlin, marks one of the lowest points in this relationship. In a short paragraph at the end of the opinion, the court relegates international law to the status of outcast among the laws it ...
Demolition of Palestinian Homes in Hebron to Ease the Daily Life of Jewish Settlers: HCJ 10356/02 Haas v. IDF Commander in the West Bank (Judgment of March 4, 2004)
Criticism  |  10356/02  |  1.12.2011  |  Adv. Yossi Wolfson
In one of the Israeli Supreme Court’s comprehensive judgments regarding the law applicable in the OPT, the court acknowledged the constitutional status of the human rights of residents of the OPT. In that same judgment, the High Court of Justice (HCJ) sanctioned the demolition of Palestinian houses in Hebron. The judgment was penned by Justice Procaccia with the consent of the then Supreme Cour...
Soldiers Do Not Lie: CC (Jer.) 8811/04 Abu Snineh v. State of Israel (Judgment of November 9, 2009)
Criticism  |  8811/04  |  1.4.2010  |  Adv. Yossi Wolfson
Unit 202 of the Israeli military has a reputation as being a top operations unit. This is judicial knowledge; or so at least according to the judgment of Judge Malka Aviv at the Jerusalem Magistrates Court in the matter of Abu Snineh. I will confess: this author has no idea what Unit 202 is, or what reputation it has gained. Perhaps this is the root of the problem.The verdict concerns events th...
The Plundering of Resources and their Exploitation for Israeli Interests: HCJ 9717/03 Na’ale v. Supreme Planning Council in the Judea and Samaria Area; HCJ 10359/03 Nili v. Supreme Planning Council in the Judea and Samaria Area (Judgment of June 14, 2004)
Criticism  |  9717/03  |  1.1.2010  |  Adv. Yossi Wolfson
One of the most important rules in the laws of occupation is the prohibition on the occupying power to plunder the occupied territories and transfer its non-renewable resources to its own hands. The Israeli court reviewed this rule in a petition filed by residents of two settlements, Na’ale and Nili, against the establishment of a quarry in the Natuf valley nearby.The settlers were concerned ab... (02) 627 1698   (02) 627 6317

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