HaMoked in a new objection: Removal order from the West Bank issued against an East Jerusalem man who was also deported from his city, must be revoked
HaMoked is battling a growing trend in Jerusalem
– administrative orders against city residents, which have only one meaning – the deportation of these residents from their city, as East Jerusalem is occupied territory in every respect, and removing protected persons from an occupied territory is strictly prohibited under the Geneva Convention. As part of this battle, HaMoked filed objections
against the orders. A hearing was scheduled for December 22, 2014.
One of the deportees also had a removal order from the West Bank issued against him, which jeopardized his ability to take part in the hearing of his objection. HaMoked insisted the man be allowed to attend the hearing. This decision and decisions in the cases of the remaining deportees are expected in the next few days.
On December 28, 2014, HaMoked filed another objection
on behalf of the same man, this time against his removal from the West Bank. HaMoked is seeking the revocation of the order, or a reduction of its scope. HaMoked argues that the order is general and sweeping and that it removes the appellant from the entire West Bank for a lengthy, disproportionate period of time. HaMoked notes that the order is based entirely on classified intelligence information which was not tested for credibility by a court of law. It also notes that the military had failed to uphold the appellant’s right to a hearing before issuing the order, which is why the objection was filed after the fact.
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