Widening phenomenon in Jerusalem: the military issues restriction orders for removal from the city against East Jerusalem residents
Over the years, the Israeli military has been sporadically using an exceptionally outrageous measure: issuing restriction orders for removal from the city against East Jerusalem residents, including individuals who have never faced a trial. The order means just one thing – the expulsion of inhabitants from their city for various periods. One such case, widely publicised, was that of Hamas member Muhammad Abu Tir, who was permanently expelled from Jerusalem in 2010 following the revocation of his residency status. Still, this exceptional measure was rarely used in the past, but now its occurrence has been increasing.
Since late November, 2014, the military has issued administrative restriction orders
against at least five East Jerusalem residents, prohibiting their entry to their home city for a period of six months; one of them has also been given a restriction order barring his entry to the West Bank. The orders state briefly that this is "necessary for ensuring the security of the state", without explaining the reason for the expulsions. Some of the expelled individuals were recently interrogated by the Israeli security forces on suspicion of stone throwing, but were not tried; the others were not interrogated for many years.
HaMoked represents four of the removed individuals, and will shortly file objections to the restriction orders.
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