The military prevents Palestinians who live in the West Bank from visiting their relatives who are imprisoned in Israel, solely because their official address is in Gaza: HaMoked petitioned the HCJ after the respondent violated its commitment to allow these residents to participate in such visits המוקד להגנת הפרט
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07.05.2006
The military prevents Palestinians who live in the West Bank from visiting their relatives who are imprisoned in Israel, solely because their official address is in Gaza: HaMoked petitioned the HCJ after the respondent violated its commitment to allow these residents to participate in such visits
The military prevents Palestinians who live in the West Bank from visiting their relatives who are imprisoned in Israel, solely because their official address is in Gaza: HaMoked petitioned the HCJ after the respondent violated its commitment to allow these residents to participate in such visits
On May 7, 2006, HaMoked petitioned the High Court of Justice (HCJ) against the military's failure to uphold its commitment - made in the context of a previous HCJ petition by HaMoked- to process requests to visit relatives imprisoned in Israel submitted by Palestinians who live in the West Bank and are officially registered in a Gaza address.

In the petition, HaMoked asserts that the formal address of the petitioners has no legal bearing on the military's obligation to uphold the right to family visits in detention facilities, which is a basic right of the detainees and their families alike. Furthermore, the petitioners' outdated registration as Gaza residents is a direct outcome of the respondent's policy and actions. Under the policy, Israel disregards the amended address entries of Palestinians in the population registry of the Territories, despite the fact that the administration of the registry, including accepting and entering notices of address change, is now under the jurisdiction of the Palestinian Authority.
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On May 7, 2006, HaMoked petitioned the High Court of Justice (HCJ) against the military's failure to uphold its commitment - made in the context of a previous HCJ petition by HaMoked- to process requests to visit relatives imprisoned in Israel submitted by Palestinians who live in the West Bank and are officially registered in a Gaza address.

In the petition, HaMoked asserts that the formal address of the petitioners has no legal bearing on the military's obligation to uphold the right to family visits in detention facilities, which is a basic right of the detainees and their families alike. Furthermore, the petitioners' outdated registration as Gaza residents is a direct outcome of the respondent's policy and actions. Under the policy, Israel disregards the amended address entries of Palestinians in the population registry of the Territories, despite the fact that the administration of the registry, including accepting and entering notices of address change, is now under the jurisdiction of the Palestinian Authority.
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