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In this section, we display newspaper articles relating directly to HaMoked and its work (also when the organization itself in not mentioned), as well as news items specifically connected to HaMoked’s areas of activity.

The section is dedicated with great appreciation to Dalia Kerstein, executive director of HaMoked in the years 1991-2017.

Jordan refuses entry to stateless Palestinian photographer held by Israel
Foreign Press, Miriam Berger  |  23.7.2019
Israeli authorities want to detain Mustafa Al Haruf even though his family is from occupied East Jerusalem
Should Palestinian children be able to call parents from prison? Israeli court will decide
Foreign Press, Edo Konrad  |  30.6.2019
Palestinian children in Israeli jails classified as ‘security prisoners’ are denied the right to speak to or see their families, sometimes for months on end
Only 13 of the 77 gates in the West Bank separation fence are open daily for Palestinian farmers. Soldiers decide who may reach his field – if they can understand the orders
Foreign Press, Amira Hass  |  12.5.2019
Only 13 of the 77 gates in the West Bank separation fence are open daily for Palestinian farmers. Soldiers decide who may reach his field – if they can understand the orders
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
Israel trying to deport stateless Palestinian journalist from Jerusalem
Foreign Press, Oren Ziv  |  27.2.2019
Mustafa al-Haruf has spent the last 20 years living in East Jerusalem, where he has a wife, daughter, and works as a photographer. Now Israel wants to deport him to Jordan, where he has no family or legal status.
When Freud Visits Israel’s Civil Administration in the West Bank
Foreign Press, Amira Hass  |  13.1.2019
Discussions with and among soldiers provide Freudian treasures to scholars of Israeli colonialism
Israeli Court Blocks State Attempt to Expel Palestinian Attacker's Mother From Jerusalem
Foreign Press, Amira Hass  |  9.1.2019
Judge rules that Mustafa Khatib's mother was not responsible for his 2015 attack against Israeli forces, says expelling her would violate her rights
How Israel Usurps Palestinian Land in Calculated Stages
Foreign Press, Amira Hass  |  8.1.2019
The Israelization of 137,000 dunams (nearly 34,000 acres) of Palestinian land deepens every time its legal owners, their children and grandchildren are denied entry
'Too Small': How the IDF Annexes Palestinians' Plots That Would One Day Become Israeli Homes
Foreign Press, Amira Hass  |  6.1.2019
More West Bank farmers whose land near the separation barrier is their livelihood, property and savings, are now denied access to it, due to Israel's 'updated criteria'
Palestinians Have a Tradition of Collective Ownership, but Israel Splits Up Their Land Anyway
Foreign Press, Amira Hass  |  4.1.2019
Fahima and Jihad Hirsheh, like many of their neighbors, are fighting for their right to cultivate their land on the other side of the West Bank separation barrier. As a consolation, they grow vegetables on their roof
Farming Permits for Palestinians in West Bank ‘Seam Zone’ Cut Drastically
Foreign Press, Amira Hass  |  3.1.2019
Nearly three-quarters of requests refused in 2018, compared to one-quarter in 2014
East Jerusalem Palestinians Can Now Use Job Bureau in City's West, Israel Says
Foreign Press, Nir Hasson  |  26.6.2018
State's decision cancels the strict separation that led the policy concerning services provided to Palestinians in the capital
Israeli Court Bans Deportation of Jerusalem Woman Whose Son Stabbed Border Policeman
Foreign Press, Amira Hass  |  28.5.2018
Appellate tribunal overturns Interior Ministry decision to annul residency permit of woman whose son wounded an officer in a 2015 stabbing attack
Palestinians risk losing Jerusalem ID over Israel loyalty law
Foreign Press, Jaclynn Ashly  |  26.5.2018
Israel revoking residencies of Jerusalemites over 'breach of loyalty' is rendering them stateless, rights groups say.
Palestinian girl arrested by Israel sent to Gaza Strip – where she'd never been, activists say
Foreign Press  |  1.2.2018
Teen from West Bank was arrested after visiting Jerusalem without a permit and dropped off at crossing into Gaza, Israeli rights group says
Israel deports 14-year-old girl to Gaza — without telling her parents
Foreign Press, Edo Konrad  |  1.2.2018
Ghada had spent her entire life in the West Bank, yet somehow found herself deported to the Gaza Strip after being arrested by Border Police officers.
Detained, Arrested and Harassed: The Life of Palestinian Teens in East Jerusalem
Foreign Press, Dina Kraft  |  10.1.2018
Under Israeli law, minors can be arrested only in rare circumstances and held for the shortest time possible. But human rights organizations say the security services ride roughshod over this when it comes to young Arabs in neighborhoods like Silwan
The Shin Bet Told the Judge It Wasn't Torturing Palestinians. The Scene Next Door Proved Otherwise
Foreign Press, Avigdor Feldman  |  3.1.2018
How I almost won the fight on the Israeli bureaucracy of torture
Israel Drops Claims That Palestinian Attacker Had ISIS Ties, Bid to Ban Family From Jerusalem Stopped
Foreign Press, Amira Hass   |  14.12.2017
The proceedings against family members of Fadi Qunbar, who killed four soldiers in truck ramming attack at Jerusalem’s Armon Hanatziv promenade, included a 10-year-old niece and 9-year-old nephew
Ending punitive demolitions
Foreign Press, Jessica Montell  |  14.12.2017
HaMoked is proud to be the lead organization contesting these demolitions, which are a blatant collective punishment of innocent people. (02) 627 1698   (02) 627 6317

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