IHCJ

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IHCJIsraeli High Court of Justice
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In May 2018, the Israeli High Court of Justice approved the demolition order, and in mid-July, Israeli authorities besieged the village.
(125) In crafting a complaint to the Israeli High Court of Justice it is imperative that a challenge work within the system in place.
Upon receiving the demolition order in March of 1996, Shehadeh appealed to the Israeli High Court of Justice. The order states that his house is slated for destruction because he lacked a permit.
The decision of the Israeli High Court of Justice to overturn the collective deportation of the 415 Palestinian members of the Hamas fundamentalist movement, while recognizing the validity of each individual deportation provided it is accompanied, at least retroactively, by the right to a hearing before the appropriate authorities, recalls Akira Kurosawa's memorable film Rashomon: Everyone interpreted it differently.
The Israeli High Court of Justice on Wednesday has finally decided to demolish the Bedouin West Bank village of Khan Al-Ahmar.
Lynk cited the situation of Khan al-Ahmar, a Bedouin community near Jerusalem, which is at imminent risk of forcible transfer after the Israeli High Court of Justice upheld a demolition order for all structures in the community.
Ramallah: The Hebron Rehabilitation Committee has categorically rejected and condemned the ruling of the Israeli High Court of Justice authenticating the Jewish purchase of Al Rajabi House, a four-storey building known by Jews as Beit Hashalom.
She achieved one great success before the Israeli High Court of Justice, however, when she preventing the deportation of Bassam Shaka, the mayor of Nablus.
Last week's clashes broke out between Israeli soldiers and Hebron settlers following a ruling by the Israeli High Court of Justice. The court ruled that a group of settlers illegally occupying a Palestinian home in the town had to vacate the property.
In 2005, the Israeli High Court of Justice orders Shuhada Street reopened to Palestinian pedestrians.
Despite the last-minute Israeli High Court of Justice injunction suspending temporarily the demolitions, the families of Khan al-Ahmar remain at high risk of being dispossessed from their homes and relocated against their will.
"UNRWA is gravely concerned about the recent decision of the Israeli High Court of Justice to reject the appeals filed by Palestine refugee families against two punitive demolitions in Kalandia refugee camp.
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