The military decided to extend by four more months the period of "removal" from the city of a Palestinian resident of East Jerusalem: the man was simultaneously ordered to stay away from the West Bank and banned from foreign travel המוקד להגנת הפרט
10.05.2015
The military decided to extend by four more months the period of "removal" from the city of a Palestinian resident of East Jerusalem: the man was simultaneously ordered to stay away from the West Bank and banned from foreign travel
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In addition to his expulsion from his city and the banning of his entry to the West Bank, the military has also issued against the man, a permanent Israeli resident living in East Jerusalem, a stay of exit order, prohibiting his exit from Israel.

On April 16, 2015, after the objection to the order was rejected, HaMoked petitioned the High Court of Justice (HCJ) to instruct the military to cancel the order in its entirety. HaMoked argued that this was an injurious order, and that since 2006, no charges had been brought against the man. HaMoked also argued that the classified material underlying the order was insufficient to support a near certain concern of a threat to state security, as required by the law.

Concurrently, on April 16, 2015, the military notified the man that he was summoned to a hearing before the military decided whether to issue an additional removal order. The military stipulated that if the man was in fact interested in having a hearing before the decision, he was to submit a reasoned requested within four days and arrive at the hearing on April 21, 2015. The removal order from the Jerusalem city limits was about to expire on April 30, 2015.

On April 21, 2015, HaMoked delivered to the military its arguments against the issuance of a new order. HaMoked questioned the reliability of the classified material cited by the military, and stressed that the man insisted that he was in no way involved in activity against Israel. The hearing was held that same day. On April 30, 2015, the military announced its decision to extend the order by four more months, clinging to its position that the classified security material was reliable. The new order was attached to the decision.

On May 10, 2015, HaMoked petitioned the HCJ to instruct the military to cancel the new order. As in the previous petitions concerning removal orders, HaMoked now argued against the reliability of the classified security material underlying the order. HaMoked also challenged the legality of using the Emergency (Defense) Regulations, and stressed the severe harm caused to the removed man's fabric of life.
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