HaMoked to HCJ: Revoke removal orders issued against East Jerusalem residents, banning them from their city המוקד להגנת הפרט عر HE wheel chair icon
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29.01.2015
HaMoked to HCJ: Revoke removal orders issued against East Jerusalem residents, banning them from their city
HaMoked to HCJ: Revoke removal orders issued against East Jerusalem residents, banning them from their city
On January 22, 2015, the military rejected two objections filed by HaMoked with respect to removal orders issued against two East Jerusalem residents.

On January 29, 2015, HaMoked filed two HCJ petitions seeking revocation of the removal orders. HaMoked argued that the Defense (Emergency) Regulations, pursuant to which the military had issued the removal orders were not valid and that even if they were, the manner in which they were employed in this case violated Basic Law: Human Dignity and Liberty. HaMoked also argued that the duration of the “removal” and the prohibition on presence anywhere within city limits were unreasonable and disproportionate.
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On January 22, 2015, the military rejected two objections filed by HaMoked with respect to removal orders issued against two East Jerusalem residents.

On January 29, 2015, HaMoked filed two HCJ petitions seeking revocation of the removal orders. HaMoked argued that the Defense (Emergency) Regulations, pursuant to which the military had issued the removal orders were not valid and that even if they were, the manner in which they were employed in this case violated Basic Law: Human Dignity and Liberty. HaMoked also argued that the duration of the “removal” and the prohibition on presence anywhere within city limits were unreasonable and disproportionate.
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