HaMoked to the High Court of Justice: instruct the military to revoke the removal order issued against a resident of East Jerusalem, banning his presence in his home city המוקד להגנת הפרט
09.02.2015
HaMoked to the High Court of Justice: instruct the military to revoke the removal order issued against a resident of East Jerusalem, banning his presence in his home city
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On February 5, 2015, the military rejected HaMoked's objection to the military order for the removal of an East Jerusalem resident from the municipal area of the city for a period of over six months. Another order has been issued against the man for his removal from all West Bank areas.

On February 9, 2015, HaMoked petitioned the High Court of Justice to instruct the military to revoke or at least limit the scope and duration of the order for removal from East Jerusalem. HaMoked argued that the Emergency (Defense) Regulations, pursuant to which the military had issued the removal orders, were not valid, and in any event, in this instance contradicted Israel's Basic Law: Human Dignity and Liberty. HaMoked further asserted that the court should consider the reliability of the classified material based on which the military had issued the order. Finally, HaMoked held that the "removal" order's duration and banning of presence throughout the city's municipal area were unreasonable and excessive.

This is HaMoked's third petition on the matter filed in recent weeks, which follows HaMoked's two similar HCJ petitions, filed on January 29, 2015, against the military's decision to remove two other residents from East Jerusalem, their city.
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