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11 years after beating and degrading an East Jerusalem father in front of his son: 3 officers will pay the father and son 60,000 NIS in compensation

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According to the military's response to HaMoked's inquiry: 159 detainees were transferred from the Gaza Strip to Israel during the war designated Operation Protective Edge

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A day after the synagogue terrorist attack, the NII hastened to revoke the social security rights of the assailant's children: for the first time, the NII claims that the children's Israeli residency status expired automatically with their father's death

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After 10 years and following a legal battle conducted by HaMoked: the Ministry of Interior reinstated the residency status of a Palestinian woman from East Jerusalem and arranged the status of her son

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After a delay of ten years, the Ministry of Interior fulfilled its undertaking and put the "Dahud procedure" in writing: the Appeals Tribunal ordered the state to pay trial costs

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After a legal battle lasting more than two years: Army announces all Palestinians who have Israeli stay permits and live outside the separation wall will be allowed to enter Israel via the Shu’fat checkpoint

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After a long legal battle fought by HaMoked: Israel has begun returning the bodies of Palestinians it has been holding for many years

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After a month-long ban of family visits to Palestinian prisoners held in Israel: the military has reinstated visits in a limited format

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After a protracted legal battle: Israel returned most of the bodies of dead Palestinians it had kept for many years

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After many years, and following HaMoked’s petition: The army allows Palestinian vehicles across the DCO checkpoint into Ramallah and al-Birah. Travel in the opposite direction is expected to begin soon

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After months of delay and following HaMoked's HCJ petition, the military issues an entry permit allowing access to a plot of land inside the "seam zone": the court orders the military to pay costs

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After over 20 years: an Israeli border police officer who participated in attacking a Palestinian in custody pays the compensation imposed on him by the court

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After two months of waiting: the Ministry of Justice provided a partial response to HaMoked's inquiry regarding the position of Interrogee Complaints Inspector in charge of examining complaints by interrogees against ISA interrogators

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Again, the High Court of Justice accepted the military's position: a Palestinian who was deported to the Gaza Strip will not be able to travel to the West Bank to take part in the funeral of his baby boy

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Ahead of additional punitive house demolitions in East Jerusalem: orders have been served for the demolition of four family homes wherein lived three assailants and one suspect in terrorist attacks in the city

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Ahead of the HCJ's hearing on the matter-of-principle of address changes from Gaza to the West Bank: HaMoked publishes a position paper, calling on Israel to stop requiring OPT residents to obtain a visa or permit for staying in the Gaza Strip or the West Bank, as if they were tourists

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Ahead of the hearing in the objections of the East Jerusalem residents expelled from their city: HaMoked demands the men's presence at the hearing and that the military provide them with an Arabic interpreter

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An 80-year-old man told he could travel abroad if he would not see his son. The army withdrew the condition following HaMoked's petition.

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Appellate Committee for Foreign Nationals in first ruling of its kind: Ministry of Interior must respect Sharia Court ruling and recognize the grandmother of a Jerusalem child as legal guardian – even though the mother lives in the West Bank – and permit his residency in Israel

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