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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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As part of the long struggle to have Palestinians’ remains returned to their families, it now turns out: Israel does not know where it had buried some of the bodies it has pledged to return

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At the end of six years of legal battle: the Ministry of Interior issued a temporary residency permit to a Palestinian who born and raised in Jerusalem but has no status in the world: the Appeals Tribunal ordered the interior ministry to pay ILS 10,000 in trial costs

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Better late than never: two years after the pledged completion date, the state informed the court – in response to HaMoked's petition – that the Israel Prison Service had completed the renovation works undertaken to improve the holding conditions at the Petah Tikva detention facility

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Condolences following the death of Anwar Al Zaaneen from Al Mezan Center for Human Rights

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Court accepts HaMoked’s petition against Interior Ministry rejection of a family unification application: A wet toothbrush and some fresh bananas found in the family’s Wadi Hummus apartment are not enough to determine family claim of center-of-life in Jerusalem is false

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Court hears three petitions against punitive house demolitions: Justice to issue ruling soon

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Despite obstacles unlawfully put in place by Israel: HaMoked manages to transfer a former prisoner from Gaza a refund of a fine he had paid

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District Court issued 15,000 NIS costs order against the Ministry of Interior, ruling: The status of children born in Israel and abandoned by their parents must be the same as their legal guardian’s

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During a hearing of HaMoked’s petition: the HCJ instructs the state to consider exceptions to the blanket ban on family unification in Israel with people living in or registered as residents of the Gaza Strip

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Eleven years after shooting at a Palestinian truck: former leader of the "Jewish Underground" pays the truck driver ILS 15,000 in compensation

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Ever since a new procedure entered into force, according to which rigid criteria for the grant of a driving license in Israel to Palestinians, not even one application was approved: HaMoked demands to soften the procedure and add a clear timeframe for the processing of the applications

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First-time decision following HaMoked's petition: a Palestinian deported to Gaza may return to the West Bank together with the family he formed in Gaza

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Following an HCJ petition: the military withdraws the sweeping restriction on the number of prison visits by sons and brothers of “security” prisoners

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Following a protracted legal battle: the Ministry of Interior amended the procedure for handling registration applications of children who have only one Israeli-resident parent

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Following HaMoked’s appeal: Family unification application for an OPT woman approved in a flash - only three months!

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Following HaMoked's intervention: Information on the new electronic signs in Jerusalem bus stops will be displayed in Arabic as well

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Following HaMoked’s intervention: Stay permits given to Palestinians undergoing family unification in Israel will again bear the inscription “This permit allows its holder to work in Israel”

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Following HaMoked's letter: the Bank of Israel has published an amended order that will allow Palestinians, including those living in Israel legally as part of a family unification procedure, to open bank accounts in Israel

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Following HaMoked's petition: Israel will not deport a childless Palestinian widow, although under interior ministry protocols, she has no “sponsor” for remaining in Israel

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Following HaMoked's petition to the HCJ: the Ministry of Interior must reconsider its decision to refuse a family-unification application based on an indirect security preclusion

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Following the state's notice: HaMoked requests the court to order that the exceptions to the sweeping denial policy of family unification applications in Israel of Gaza Strip residents or persons who are registered as Gaza Strip residents be expanded

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For the first time, at 21, a young stateless man who has lived in Jerusalem all his life receives civil status in Israel

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For the first time since 2009: Israel is preparing for the demolition of homes in East Jerusalem as a punitive measure against attacks

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Further mockery: For the second time in six weeks, Israel “eases” restrictions, but keeps Gaza cut off from the world

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Gaza: Another Incursion, Civilians Bear the Brunt Again

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Geneva Convention: another global forum for Israel-bashing

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HaMoked and Gisha to the Minister of Interior: allow Israeli citizens and residents who now in Gaza to enter Israel with their minor children

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HaMoked and PHR-Israel condemn the intention to expel Palestinian Legislative Council Member Khalida Jarrar from her home in Ramallah to Jericho: the expulsion order contravenes the Geneva Convention and seeks to curb Jarrar's struggle for human rights

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HaMoked complained of officer’s abusive comment during an appeals committee hearing: Head of Civil Administration clarifies to the officer that his conduct was unacceptable

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HaMoked files an urgent objection against the intention to demolish the house of a suspected assailant: Israel must not readopt this illegal policy, which it had already recognized was an ineffective measure

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