Apartheid order forbidding driving Palestinians in Israeli vehicles cancelled: Following petition filed by HaMoked and seven other human rights organizations and before the Court heard the case, Major General Yair Naveh announced the cancellation of the order issued on 19 November, 2006 המוקד להגנת הפרט عر HE wheel chair icon
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02.04.2007
Apartheid order forbidding driving Palestinians in Israeli vehicles cancelled: Following petition filed by HaMoked and seven other human rights organizations and before the Court heard the case, Major General Yair Naveh announced the cancellation of the order issued on 19 November, 2006
Apartheid order forbidding driving Palestinians in Israeli vehicles cancelled: Following petition filed by HaMoked and seven other human rights organizations and before the Court heard the case, Major General Yair Naveh announced the cancellation of the order issued on 19 November, 2006

The petition, filed by Adv. Michael Sfard on 7 January 2007, held that the order is reminiscent of dark regimes and seeks to apply an ideology of separation in the Occupied Territories using the legal system. The new order, the petition claims, breaches central provisions of international humanitarian law, international human rights law, international criminal law and Israeli constitutional and administrative law. 

The Law was to enter into force on 19 January 2007, yet on 16 January 2007, its application was halted until further notice, due to what was termed "legal difficulties" regarding the order, which had not been resolved. On 29 November 2006, before the order was halted, HaMoked sent a letter to GOC Central Command in which it demanded the order be cancelled immediately, since it promotes a ghetto policy which discriminates Palestinians on ethnic and racial grounds and attempts to limit the work of human rights organizations who assist Palestinians whose rights have been violated. On 7 December 2006, HaMoked and other organizations also published a newspaper ad calling for the cancellation of the order and announcing that they would not cooperate with it, would not ask for special permits and would continue helping Palestinians who request assistance. 

On 21 March 2007, Major General Yair Naveh announced the cancellation of the order: Order on Movement and Travel (Restriction of Travel in Israeli Vehicles) (Cancellation) (Judea and Samaria) -2007 was entered into force that same day. 

To view the cancellation order dated 21 March 2007 

To view the petition dated 7 January 2007 

To view the ad dated 7 December 2006 

To view HaMoked’s letter to the OC Central Command dated 29 November 2006 (Hebrew) 

To view the order dated 19 November 2006   

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The petition, filed by Adv. Michael Sfard on 7 January 2007, held that the order is reminiscent of dark regimes and seeks to apply an ideology of separation in the Occupied Territories using the legal system. The new order, the petition claims, breaches central provisions of international humanitarian law, international human rights law, international criminal law and Israeli constitutional and administrative law. 

The Law was to enter into force on 19 January 2007, yet on 16 January 2007, its application was halted until further notice, due to what was termed "legal difficulties" regarding the order, which had not been resolved. On 29 November 2006, before the order was halted, HaMoked sent a letter to GOC Central Command in which it demanded the order be cancelled immediately, since it promotes a ghetto policy which discriminates Palestinians on ethnic and racial grounds and attempts to limit the work of human rights organizations who assist Palestinians whose rights have been violated. On 7 December 2006, HaMoked and other organizations also published a newspaper ad calling for the cancellation of the order and announcing that they would not cooperate with it, would not ask for special permits and would continue helping Palestinians who request assistance. 

On 21 March 2007, Major General Yair Naveh announced the cancellation of the order: Order on Movement and Travel (Restriction of Travel in Israeli Vehicles) (Cancellation) (Judea and Samaria) -2007 was entered into force that same day. 

To view the cancellation order dated 21 March 2007 

To view the petition dated 7 January 2007 

To view the ad dated 7 December 2006 

To view HaMoked’s letter to the OC Central Command dated 29 November 2006 (Hebrew) 

To view the order dated 19 November 2006   

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