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HCJ 5268/08 - Anbar et al. v. GOC Southern Command Judgment
Judgment | Judgment / Supreme Court | 09.12.2009
HCJ 5268/08 - Anbar et al. v. GOC Southern Command Judgment
Judgment petitions filed by HaMoked and Adalah to allow Gazans to enter Israel to visit relatives incarcerated therein. The HCJ rejects the petitions, ruling the visits are not a basic humanitarian necessity. The court maintains that since after disengagement Gaza is no longer under Israeli occupation, Israel is no longer obliged to care for anything beyond the basic humanitarian needs of Gaza’s population. The court also finds that although the refusal is a breach of prisoners’ rights, the injury is indirect as the issue focuses on the prisoners’ families and the injury to them was found to be legitimate.
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Judgment petitions filed by HaMoked and Adalah to allow Gazans to enter Israel to visit relatives incarcerated therein. The HCJ rejects the petitions, ruling the visits are not a basic humanitarian necessity. The court maintains that since after disengagement Gaza is no longer under Israeli occupation, Israel is no longer obliged to care for anything beyond the basic humanitarian needs of Gaza’s population. The court also finds that although the refusal is a breach of prisoners’ rights, the injury is indirect as the issue focuses on the prisoners’ families and the injury to them was found to be legitimate.
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