At the end of hearing in the case of a Palestinian who is under a travel ban and wishes to attend his daughter's wedding in Jordan: the court suggest the state allow the man to see his daughter for two hours on the day of the wedding המוקד להגנת הפרט
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At the end of hearing in the case of a Palestinian who is under a travel ban and wishes to attend his daughter's wedding in Jordan: the court suggest the state allow the man to see his daughter for two hours on the day of the wedding
At the end of hearing in the case of a Palestinian who is under a travel ban and wishes to attend his daughter's wedding in Jordan: the court suggest the state allow the man to see his daughter for two hours on the day of the wedding
On September 17, 2013, HaMoked petitioned the HCJ with a demand to instruct the military to allow a Palestinian resident of Nablus to travel to Jordan for his daughter's wedding. The petition was filed after the man was told that the objection he filed against the decision to prevent his travel had been denied "for security reasons".

During a hearing held on September 30, 2013, the justices asked whether there was anything the state could do to help the petitioner, since, as Justice Rubinstein put it "it is natural for a father to want to attend his daughter's wedding". The state, relying on classified material it presented ex parte, refused to retract the refusal.

At the end of the hearing, the court issued an Order Nisi, in which it gave the state 48 hours to announce whether it would be willing to allow the man to go "to the Jordanian side of the border crossing for two hours (net) in order to meet with the daughter and the groom on the day of the wedding, or on the following day", or, alternatively, to allow the three to have a "supervised visit at the border crossing".

One wonders how the justices imagine this proposal, which does not allow the father to attend the festivities, might help him.

The petitioner naturally rejected the "solution" and HaMoked asked the petition be withdrawn.
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On September 17, 2013, HaMoked petitioned the HCJ with a demand to instruct the military to allow a Palestinian resident of Nablus to travel to Jordan for his daughter's wedding. The petition was filed after the man was told that the objection he filed against the decision to prevent his travel had been denied "for security reasons".

During a hearing held on September 30, 2013, the justices asked whether there was anything the state could do to help the petitioner, since, as Justice Rubinstein put it "it is natural for a father to want to attend his daughter's wedding". The state, relying on classified material it presented ex parte, refused to retract the refusal.

At the end of the hearing, the court issued an Order Nisi, in which it gave the state 48 hours to announce whether it would be willing to allow the man to go "to the Jordanian side of the border crossing for two hours (net) in order to meet with the daughter and the groom on the day of the wedding, or on the following day", or, alternatively, to allow the three to have a "supervised visit at the border crossing".

One wonders how the justices imagine this proposal, which does not allow the father to attend the festivities, might help him.

The petitioner naturally rejected the "solution" and HaMoked asked the petition be withdrawn.
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