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Sultany, Nimer (2002)
Publisher: Adalah-The Legal Center for Arab Minority Rights
Languages: English
Types: Article
Subjects: 4000, 8090, 8500
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    • See e.g., H.C. 1118/01, Faiz Shahwan, et. al. v. General Security Service, delivered on 13 February 2001 by Justice Levin-Strassberg-Cohen-Rivlin, ruling that: “We are satisfied that it would be improper to reveal the confidential material to the Petitioners' counsel. We so decide.” Regarding the demand to meet with an attorney, the judgment stated that, “We reviewed the confidential material that was submitted to us, and we also received verbal explanations. We are satisfied that there is no basis for intervention in the order prohibiting the Petitioner from meeting with his attorney… The petition is denied.” In H.C. 3330/01, Sari 'Arabi Taha v. General Security Ser vice, delivered on 2 May 2001, Justice Barak-Strassborg-Cohen-Engelard ruled that, “With the consent of Petitioner's counsel, we heard in camera the position of the General Security Service. We are satisfied that the security of the area justifies the secret evidence order. The statement of Respondent's counsel that no physical measures will be used against the Petitioner is on the record. The petition is denied.” See also H.C. 936/01, Faiz Shahwan, et. al. v. General Security Service, delivered on 17 February 2001; H.C. 556/01, 'Amad Saptawi v.
    • Commander of IDF Forces in the Gaza Strip, et. al., delivered on 22 January 2001; H.C. 3814/01, Mamdouh Ibrahim Abu Musa, et. al. v. General Security Service, delivered on 15 May 2001; H.C. 3811/01, 'Ali Rajeb, et. al.
    • v. Commander of IDF Forces in Judea and Samaria, delivered on 23 July 2001.
    • H.C. 4092/01, S'adi 'Abd Al-'Ashi, et. al. v. General Security Service, delivered on 24 May 2001.
    • H.C. 2716/01, Dir Astiyeh Local Council, et. al. v.
    • Commander of IDF Forces in Judea and Samaria, delivered on 5 April 2001.
    • H.C. 9242/00, Physicians for Human Rights v. Minister of Defense, et. al., delivered on 21 March 2001.
    • H.C. 2555/01, Israeli Committee Against House Demolitions, et. al. v. Commander of IDF Forces in the West Bank, delivered on 30 March 2001.
    • H.C. 32/01, Na'im Salem al-'Adreh and The Association for Civil Rights in Israel v. Commander of IDF Forces in Judea and Samaria, delivered on 22 January 2001.
    • See supra note 16.
    • The petition in H.C. 2811/01, Fares Amin Riahi, et. al. v.
    • Commander of IDF Forces in the West Bank, delivered on 16 April 2001, also involved physical roadblocks. It, too, was denied. Another petition on this matter is H.C.
    • 3637/01, Musa Shaqarneh, Esq., et. al. v. Commander of IDF Forces in the West Bank (withdrawn on 9 January 2002 with leave to re-file.) H.C. 3352/01, Zaqariyya al-Bakri, et. al. v. Civil Administration for Judea and Samaria, et. al., delivered on 12 August 2001. On this point, see also supra note 11.
    • See supra note 17.
    • H.C. 4647/01, HaMoked: Center for the Defence of the Individual, et. al. v. Commander of IDF Forces in the West Bank, submitted 12 June 2001 and withdrawn on 19 December 2001.
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