International law

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If Doron Almog is to blame anyone for being welcomed by the British police at London’s Heathrow Airport on 11 September, 2005 he should direct the blame at his own government rather than the...
2005-10-24
The Supreme Court of Israel issued a final verdict on a petition filed by Adalah, ruling that the Israeli army's use of Palestinian civilians in military operations constitutes a violation of...
The great importance of the principle ICJ Advisory Opinion on the illegality of the Wall lies not only in its affirmation of the ‘Palestinian side,’ but also in its reinforcement of the crucial...
On 9 July 2004, one year ago, legal history was made as the International Court of Justice (ICJ) issued its Advisory Opinion on the legal consequences of the construction of the Wall in the...
9 days before the publication of the International Court of Justice's (ICJ) Advisory Opinion on the Legal Consequences of the Construction of a Wall in the Occupied Palestinian Territories (OPT),...
The idea that victims could be active and independent participants in criminal proceedings, permitted to address their views directly to the judges, is inconceivable. Such a role for victims is one...
I am going to discuss – from the perspective of international law – the status of the Arab Bedouins’ rights to the lands they occupy and use in Israel. This perspective is important and of...
2002-12-24
The Supreme Court dismissed a petition submitted by seven Palestinian detainees and ten Palestinian and Israeli human rights organizations protesting the inhumane conditions faced by close to 1,000...
2002-10-16
The evidence submitted by the petitioners shows that conditions in Ansar III do not meet minimum standards for a detention facility. Ansar III is situated in the Naqab desert, which is exceedingly...
2002-06-28
Protesting the inhumane conditions faced by approximately 500 Palestinian detainees currently held in Ansar III Detention Center. Arguing that the detention conditions in Ansar III violate the...