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Demolition and sealing of houses as a punitive measure in the Israeli-occupied West Bank
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|Series||Occasional paper / Al-Haq/Law in the Service of Man ;, no. 5, Occasional paper (Law in the Service of Man (Organization : Rām Allāh)) ;, no. 5.|
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|Number of Pages||47|
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4 (Occasional Paper No. 5): Demolition and Sealing of Houses as a Punitive Measure in the Israeli-Occupied West Bank Producer: Al-Haq, Emma Playfair. Volume/Number: 5 4 (Occasional Paper No. 6): Perpetual Emergency: A Legal Analysis of Israel's Use of the British Defence (Emergency) Regulations, , in the Occupied Territories. This is not only true in the case of punitive sealing and demolitions, but also for the claims of illegal construction that have forced the destruction or abandonment of houses in East Jerusalem from to and left people homeless, of whom were minors (B'Tselem, ).Cited by: 1.
The High Court of Justice has approved the planned demolition of a Jahalin-tribe village at Khan al-Ahmar in the West Bank, along with the village’s school made out of tires – allowing the demolition at any time the government sees fit as of next month.. On Thursday, the court rejected two petitions against the demolition by village residents and parents of children at the school who come. The judgment in Qawasmeh et. significant for it provides judicial approval for the recent reinstatement of Israel’s punitive house demolition policy after a “decade-long hiatus”. The judges condone practices of collective punishment, despite the existence of a clear prohibition of such practices under international humanitarian law.
This article discusses the nature of “house demolitions” as used by the State of Israel in the West Bank and East Jerusalem. In our opinion, and in contrast to the view of Israel’s Supreme Court, such demolition orders constitute a penal sanction. As a penal sanction, we argue that this measure violates the basic principles of criminal liability. The article's lead saysy "House demolition in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict is a controversial tactic used by the Israeli Defence Forces (IDF) for counter-insurgency and other security purposes in the West Bank and Gaza Strip. " - this clearly excludes civil demolitions of houses w/o permits.
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This paper examines the use of demolition and sealing of houses of Palestinians as punitive and/or deterrent measures by the Israeli military authorities in the occupied West Bank. Since Mayintensified use of these measures have been made by the Israeli authorities, who argue that these actions are permitted both under local and international law.
Get this from a library. Demolition and sealing of houses as a punitive measure in the Israeli-occupied West Bank. [Emma Playfair]. such practice employed by the Israelis is the demolition or sealing of houses in which a resident is believed to have committed a political or violent act against the interests of the State of by: 9.
See Emma Playfair, "Demolition and Sealing of Houses as a Punitive Measure in the Israeli-Occupied West Bank," Al Haq, 33, April Playfair, E., Demolition and Sealing of Houses as a Punitive Measure in the Israeli Occupied West Bank (Al-Haq, ).
Pogany, I., The Arab League and Author: John Dugard. Similarly, buildings in the West Bank and Gaza Strip are used for the manufacturing and concealment of rockets, mortars, weapons and explosive devices to be used against Israel.
The demolition of these structures is often the only way to combat this threat. Playfair, E.: Demolition and Sealing of Houses as a Punitive Measure in the Israeli-Occupied West Bank.
Al Haq, Occasional Paper no. 5, Ramallah, West Bank Google ScholarCited by: 2. licy in the Occupied West Bank and Gaza," Paul Hunt, "Justice.
The Military Court System in the Israeli-occupied Territories," Prepared jointly with Gaza Center for Rights and Law. Emma Playfair, "Demolition and Sealing of Houses as a Punitive Measure in the Israeli-occupied West Bank," DataBase Project on Palestinian Human Rights.
House demolition is a method used by the Israeli Defence Forces (IDF) in Jerusalem, the West Bank, and the Gaza Strip against Palestinians. Since the occupation of the Palestinian territories, following the Six-Day War intoit has been estimated by the Israeli Committee Against House Demolitions that Israel has ra Palestinian structures.
Demolitions and Sealing off of Houses’ () 29 Israel Yearbook on Human Rights ; Brian Farrell, 'Israeli Demolition of Palestinian Houses as a Punitive Measure: Application of International Law to Regulation ' () 28 Brookline Journal of International Law ; Elad Gil, Yogev Tuval and Inbar.
Although the person left the house, the army completed the demolition. Such instances raise the suspicion that the demolition was a punitive measure, as opposed to the army's contention that it was necessary in order to effect the arrest operation.
The policy of house demolitions for punitive or deterrence reasons constitutes one of the most controversial measures taken by Israel in its fight against terrorism.
The policy involves the partial or complete destruction of the residences of suspected terrorists in response to lethal attacks against Israeli civilians and soldiers.
Israel/Occupied Palestinian Territory, House Demolition under Regulation Case prepared by Ms. Leila Rharade, LL.M student at the Geneva Academy of International Humanitarian Law and Human Rights, under the supervision of Professor Marco Sassòli and Ms.
Yvette Issar, research assistant, both at the University of Geneva. House demolition is a controversial tactic used by the Israeli Defence Forces (IDF) against Palestinians in Jerusalem, the West Bank and the Gaza Strip during the course of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
Official IDF explanations for house demolitions include use as a counter-insurgency. Esther Rosalind Cohen, Human Rights in the Israeli Occupied Territories – (Manchester: Manchester University Press, ), 96– HCJ /79 (see note 18 above); Kretzmer (see note 11 above), Rani Talmore, Demolition and Sealing of Houses [in Hebrew] (Jerusalem: B'Tselem, ), Cited by: 1.
Demolition and Sealing of Houses as a Punitive Measure in the West Bank and the Gaza Strip During the Intifada.
September, Scope and Contents Demolition and Sealing of Houses as a Punitive Measure in the Israeli-Occupied West Bank. Scope and Contents. Producer: Al-Haq, Emma Playfair. Volume. The Israeli occupation of the West Bank began on 7 June during the Six-Day War when Israel occupied the West Bank, including East Jerusalem, and continues to the present day.
The status of the West Bank as an occupied territory has been affirmed by the International Court of Justice and, with the exception of East Jerusalem, by the Israeli Supreme ical: Southern Lebanon occupation, Sinai occupation.
Punitive House Demolitions, the Prohibition of Collective Punishment, and the Supreme Court of The ongoing practice of demolishing houses as a punitive measure for actual or suspected unlawful activity is a case in point. EMMA PLAYFAIR, DEMOLITION AND SEALING OF HOUSES IN THE ISRAELI-OCCUPIED WEST 1 ().
[Vol. PUNITIVE HOUSE. On 25th November, the Israeli government approved the construction of new homes in the West Bank settlements of Givat Zeev, Nofei Prat, Shilo, Givat Salit and Nokdim.
House demolitions and forced evictions are among Israel’s most heinous practices in the Occupied Palestinian Territory (OPT) and they also continue to be carried out on a.
HEBRON, West Bank — Said Kawasmeh received the order from Israel’s military last week. His two-story house was to be demolished, and his large family had 48 hours to leave. The Zionist state publicises the demolition of homes of the families of Palestinians who are alleged to have attacked Israelis, whether civilians or occupying forces; Israel claims that this is a.Preventive detention, curfews, demolition of houses, and deportations: An analysis of measures employed by Israel in the administered territories Jan C V ReicinAuthor: Sophia Hatz.
Efrat Zilber, The Demolition and Sealing of Houses as a Means of Punishment in the Areas of Judea and Samaria During the Intifada up to the Oslo Agreement (December to September ), MA thesis, Bar-Ilan University, Israel, (Hebrew).
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