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Tag Archives: Israeli High Court of Justice

Solar Power Is Great, Unless You Are a Bedouin in the West Bank

Bedouin lying on mattresses in the unrecognized West Bank village of Khan al-Ahmar. Photo by Amira Hass.

By Zafrir Rinat Originally published in Haaretz – January 7, 2016 [Photo by Amira Hass] Environmental defense organizations have invested enormous resources in recent years to promote solar power usage in Israel. They would do well to make a small effort to help the West Bank Bedouin community, which wanted to exploit this …

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Call for International Presence: High Court Hearing on Wadi al Qteyf Community (Sateh al Bahar)

Members of the Jahalin tribe at Wadi al-Qatif (west of Jericho) given 48-hour eviction orders, April 30, 2014. Photo by Neal Badache.

Date: Monday, November 9th at 09:00 At: The Israeli High Court of Justice, Case number HCJ 8115\12  (Judges panel led by Chief Justice Miriam Naor) Address: Kiryat Ben-Gurion, 1 Sha’are Mishpat St., Jerusalem   Attendance by international and local observers is requested Summary On Monday 9 November 2015, the Israeli High Court …

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