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Shana Tova from Judea & Samaria

Ovad Arad, Judea & Samaria Manager - Investigating the Binyamin Region

This year the Supreme Court issued a number of decisions to our petitions, that set significant precedents in the defense of Jewish settlement. In the parliamentary field, we initiated many discussions in Knesset committees that dealt with a variety of topics: illegal Arab construction, “quiet annexation” by the Palestinian Authority, illegal activities by foreign countries, selective law enforcement by the ... Read More »

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

  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 PA’s blatant efforts to establish ... Read More »

Presentation about Regavim

Ari Briggs — International Relations Director of Regavim introduces the work Regavim does at the Regavim Public Forum held during Sukkot 2012 in Jerusalem as part of Regavim’s Emergency Campaign to Save the Negev.     Read More »

Al-Zarnoog and Bet El- A Tale of two settlements

Mark holding title deeds to Al Zarnog

  Jerusalem Post - In the beginning of the twentieth century, a group of Zionist Jews acquired a parcel of land measuring around 160 acres (65 hectares) in the Negev, in the area of Moshav Nabatim, between Beersheba and Dimona. It was registered in the names of the purchasers in the Land Registry of the British Mandate, and after the establishment ... Read More »

Justice Delayed

  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 as the Civil Administration inspectors ... Read More »

A Tale of Two Houses of Worship

  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 diverge. This one for life, ... Read More »

Extremely Preferential Treatment for the Extreme Left

  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 in a fashion that is ... Read More »

Illegal Quarry in Gush Etzion

  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 illegal quarry in the Gush ... Read More »