After 46 years of secrecy, court orders state to reveal identities of Palestinian landowners

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The below article is from Ha'aretz Newspaper 9th July 2013 – I have added comments where necessary to explain or clear up a possible misunderstaning of the text   The West Bank Land Registry has been marked classified for more than four decades; the dramatic June 26 decision is likely to ease settlement expansion. By [...]

The Gradual Annexation of Area ‘C’ Territories by the Palestinian Authority

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  Sivan 5773 May 2013 Synopsis As part of Palestinian Prime Minister Salam Fayyad’s plan to unilaterally establish a de facto Palestinian state, the Palestinian Austhority (PA) is operating towards the establishment of various national infrastructures – civilian and security control structures, establishment of physical and economic infrastructures, and reforms in the central and local governments. The [...]

Et tu, EU? No Dutch Treat here

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Jerusalem Post    Ari Briggs  21st. May, 2013   Recently the EU formally recommended that its 27 member states “prevent” Israeli activity in Judea, Samaria, the Golan Heights, and East, Jerusalem, by means of discriminatory labeling of Israeli products from these areas– in effect, an economic boycott of Jewish communities in those regions. This recommendation [...]

Pesach Newsletter – Standing with the Farmers

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The amazing work of the farmers

Alongside the concern with general land policy, we were called upon this year to stand up for the “great people”, the idealistic, pioneering farmers who cling to the land of Israel and suffer the persecutions of the radical left-wing organizations and the justice system. Regavim employed a full-time attorney this year to conduct the legal [...]

Justice Delayed

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  According to the results of the Regavim investigation, since early 2008 the Supreme Court has issued 162 interim orders against demolition of illegally constructed Palestinian buildings in Judea and Samaria, and the State Attorney defers discussion on the judicial orders time after time. In the field – chaos reigns.       As soon [...]

A Tale of Two Houses of Worship

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  New Theological Insights of the Civil Administration- Immunity for Illegal Mosques. Synagogues – That’s Another Story. Two illegal houses of prayer. Two identical petitions to the Supreme Court. Two identical interim orders against continued construction. Two violations of judicial orders. The development of the facts is amazingly similar. But, at this point, the paths [...]

Extremely Preferential Treatment for the Extreme Left

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  The Regavim Report: Israel’s Supreme Court gives extremely preferential treatment to petitions filed by the extreme left.  A report prepared by Regavim statistically indicates what many of us have felt all along: the Supreme Court, and in particular President Dorit Beinish, shows preferential treatment towards extreme leftist organizations. This is expressed by expediting procedures [...]

Illegal Quarry in Gush Etzion

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  Regavim submitted a petition against the authorities responsible for law enforcement with a demand that the court direct them to halt the illegal operation of a quarry in the Gush Etzion area.   Over three years ago, Regavim sent a letter to the Civil Administration and security forces with a request that they halt an [...]