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Israel hides info on jailed Palestinians' health from families - NGO to High Court
JP staff | 25/01/2023 | The Jerusalem Post

The High Court rejected the state's notion that the family's right to know of a prisoner's condition should be subject to the nature of the prisoner's crimes.

 

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The Israeli army promised to avoid arresting kids at night. It never even tried
Oren Ziv and Basil Adra | 17/01/2023 | +972 Magazine

Despite committing to new procedures to reduce the practice, the army is still using night arrests as a default against Palestinian children, says rights group.

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Nighttime Israeli arrests haunt Palestinian kids, families
Isabel Debre | 13/01/2023 | Associated Press
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Israel Considers Cutting Off Parts of East Jerusalem to Stem Coronavirus Spread
Nir Hasson | 23/03/2020 | Haaretz | Foreign Press
Jerusalem Mayor Leon opposes the move which would sever access to thousands of permanent residents of Israel. Prime Minister's Office says a decision on the matter has yet to be made...
Israel’s New Condition for Palestinians Hoping to Work Their Land: A Pop Quiz in Map Reading
Amira Hass | 04/01/2020 | Haaretz | Foreign Press
The army confiscated dozens of crossing permits of farmers whose plots are beyond the separation barrier. While they labor to retrieve them, their land remains untended...
Israel Limits West Bank Farmers' Access to Lands Near Green Line
Hagar Shezaf | 24/11/2019 | Haaretz | Foreign Press
New regulations impose a quota on the number of times a year Palestinian farmers may enter their fields between the separation barrier and the Green Line...
Israel Releases Palestinian, Set for Deportation to Brazil, After Over 2 Years in Detention
Amira Hass | 02/10/2019 | Haaretz | Foreign Press
Ma'an Abu Hafez was born in Brazil but moved to the West Bank as a toddler and left no family behind. Israel has been unsuccessfully trying to send him back...
Top court throws out case demanding Palestinian kids be allowed to call parents from prison
Edo Konrad | 03/07/2019 | +972 Magazine | Foreign Press
The Israeli Supreme Court refuses to hear arguments in a case about whether Palestinian minors imprisoned by Israel should be allowed to speak to their families on the phone....
Should Palestinian children be able to call parents from prison? Israeli court will decide
Edo Konrad | 30/06/2019 | +972 Magazine | Foreign Press
Palestinian children in Israeli jails classified as ‘security prisoners’ are denied the right to speak to or see their families, sometimes for months on end...
Should Palestinian children be able to call parents from prison? Israeli court will decide
Edo Konrad | 30/06/2019 | +972 Magazine | Foreign Press
Palestinian children in Israeli jails classified as ‘security prisoners’ are denied the right to speak to or see their families, sometimes for months on end...
Only 13 of the 77 gates in the West Bank separation fence are open daily for Palestinian farmers. Soldiers decide who may reach his field – if they can understand the orders
Amira Hass | 12/05/2019 | Haaretz | Foreign Press
Only 13 of the 77 gates in the West Bank separation fence are open daily for Palestinian farmers. Soldiers decide who may reach his field – if they can understand the orders ...
Only 13 of the 77 gates in the West Bank separation fence are open daily for Palestinian farmers. Soldiers decide who may reach his field – if they can understand the orders
Amira Hass | 10/05/2019 | Haaretz | Local Press
Only 13 of the 77 gates in the West Bank separation fence are open daily for Palestinian farmers. Soldiers decide who may reach his field – if they can understand the orders...
Israel Seeks to Block All East Jerusalem Family Reunification Hearings Over 'Workload'
Nir Hasson | 01/05/2019 | Haaretz | Foreign Press
East Jerusalem Palestinian families are stuck in fear and without medical care or schools for their children while they wait for the Interior Ministry to hear their cases ...