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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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